Issuu on Google+

2010 Armstrong Atlantic State Volleyball Media Guide


2010 AASU Roster

2010 AASU Volleyball Squad: Back row (l-r): Kelsey Piepergerdes, Brendyce Budd, Casie Richards, Brittany Wolf, Leia Pittman, Gwen Clarke, Amanda Jones, Larissa Carvahlo. Front row (l-r): Megan Pando, Stacey Davis, Casey Howett, Jessica Santaniello, Torrie Bevolo, Natalie Edgeworth, Christina Chow.

2010 Armstrong Atlantic State University Pirate Volleyball Roster #

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 16

Name

Natalie Edgeworth Brendyce Budd Megan Pando Casey Howett Jessica Santaniello Torrie Bevolo Leia Pittman Casie Richards Amanda Jones Gwendolyn Clarke Stacey Davis Brittany Wolf Kelsey Piepergerdes Larissa Carvahlo Christina Chow

Yr.

5-7 5-9 5-8 5-7 5-9 5-8 6-0 6-0 6-0 5-11 5-7 6-0 5-9 5-11 5-4

Cl.

Jr. Sr. Fr. Jr. Fr. Jr. Jr. Jr. Soph. Sr. Jr. Soph. Soph. Fr. Fr.

Pos.

S OH S Lib OH OH MH MH OH/MH OH S/Lib OH/MH RS S/RS Lib

Head Coach: Will Condon (Clemson, ‘96) Assistant Coach: Lauren Cedeno (USC Aiken, ‘10)

#3 - brehn-DISS Budd #6 - TORR-ee BEH-vuh-loh

Hometown/School

Atlanta, Ga. / South Forsyth HS Page, Ariz. / Page HS Oviedo, Fla. / Oviedo HS Atlanta, Ga. / Whitewater HS Boca Raton, Fla. / West Boca Raton HS St. Louis, Mo. / Incarnate Word Academy Carthage, Mo. / Lambuth University Venice, Fla. / Venice HS Marietta, Ga. / Kell HS Superior, Colo. / Monarch HS Austin, Texas / Chowan Bethlehem, Ga. / Monroe Area HS Lee’s Summit, Mo. / Graceland (Iowa) Brasilia, Brazil / Colegio Laranjeiras Brunswick, Ga. / Glynn Academy

Pronunciation Guide

#5 Jessica SAN-tuh-NEHL-oh #13 Kelsey PEEP-uh-GERR-dees


Table of Contents Contents

Armstrong Atlantic State University.................................................................... 2 AASU Administration.......................................................................................... 3 AASU Athletic Staff............................................................................................ 4 AASU Athletic Training...................................................................................... 5 Head Coach Will Condon.................................................................................... 6 Assistant Coach Lauren Cedeno.......................................................................... 7 2010 Season Preview........................................................................................... 8 2010 Player Profiles........................................................................................ 9-19 2009 Season Review.......................................................................................... 20 2009 Season Results / Statistics......................................................................... 21 2009 Peach Belt Conference In Review............................................................ 22 2010 Opponents............................................................................................ 23-24 AASU Records.............................................................................................. 25-28 AASU Honors............................................................................................... 29-30 All-Time Results........................................................................................... 31-33 This Is Savannah................................................................................................ 34 2010 Schedule..................................................................................................IBC

Quick Facts Location............................................................................... Savannah, Ga. 31419 Founded......................................................................................................... 1935 Enrollment..................................................................................................... 7,500 Nickname.................................................................................................... Pirates Colors.........................................................................................Maroon and Gold Athletics Webpage.............................................................. www.aasupirates.com Affiliation..................................................................................NCAA Division II Conference............................................................................................ Peach Belt Home Gym............................................................. Aquatics & Recreation Center Capacity........................................................................................................ 1,000 President............................................................................. Dr. Linda M. Bleicken Athletic Director................................................................................ Andy Carter Volleyball Head Coach......................................................................Will Condon Record at AASU (Years)......................................................................... 55-17 (2) Overall Coaching Record (Years)....................................................... 216-117 (9) 2009 Overall Volleyball Record.................................................................... 27-10 2009 PBC Record (Finish).................................................................... 11-3 (2nd) Assistant Coach..............................................................................Lauren Cedeno

On The Cover The 2010 AASU volleyball squad shows their “ups” prior to a preseason practice. The Pirates have advanced to two straight NCAA Championships under head coach Will Condon and are picked to contend for a Peach Belt Conference title and a NCAA Championships berth.

Credits The 2010 Armstrong Atlantic State University media guide was published by the AASU Office of Sports Communications, Chad Jackson, director. AASU head coach Will Condon and assistant coach Lauren Cedeno also contributed to this publication. For more information regarding the AASU volleyball program, please contact: Chad Jackson Director of Sports Communications Phone: 912-344-3114 Fax: 912-344-3422 E-mail: Chad.Jackson@armstrong.edu

Will Condon Head Volleyball Coach Phone: 912-344-3239 Fax: 912-344-3422 E-mail:William.Condon@armstrong.edu

AASU Athletic Department Phone Directory Main Numbers Athletic Department Athletics FAX

912-344-2813 912-344-3422

Administration Andy Carter, Athletic Director Jason Hall, Assoc. AD for Compliance Chad Jackson, Sports Communications Michael Smoose, Assistant to the AD Alan Segal, Assistant A.D. / Marketing Dr. Donald Anderson, Asst. A.D. Lydia Williams, Head Athletic Trainer

912-344-2730 912-344-3368 912-344-3114 912-344-3236 912-713-7397 912-344-2726 912-344-2866

Coaching Staff Joe Roberts, Baseball Calvain Culberson, Asst. Baseball Jeremy Luther, Basketball (Men’s) Evans Davis, Asst. Men’s Basketball Patrick Slonaker, Asst. Men’s Basketball Matt Schmidt, Basketball (Women’s) Karmen Graham, Asst. Wm. Basketball Nicole Chiodi, Asst. Wm. Basketball Alan Segal, Men’s Cross Country Michael Butler, Men’s & Women’s Golf Von Shenefelt, Asst. Golf Simon Earnshaw, Tennis David Secker, Asst. Tennis Eric Faulconer, Women’s Soccer Leeanna Woodworth, Asst. Soccer Ted Evans, Softball Ashley Bain, Asst. Softball Nicole Huddleston, Asst. Softball Will Condon, Volleyball Lauren Cedeno, Asst. Volleyball

912-344-2694 912-344-3147 912-344-2992 912-344-2690 912-344-2598 912-344-3110 912-344-2674 912-344-3117 912-713-7397 912-344-2752 912-344-2752 912-344-3195 912-344-3195 912-344-3095 912-344-3095 912-344-2727 912-344-2727 912-344-2727 912-344-3239 912-344-3239

Other Numbers Press Table (Basketball) AASU Training Room

912-344-3200 912-344-2729 912-344-2866

The Pirates captured their first regular season PBC title in 2005

1


S

Armstrong Atlantic State University

ince its founding in 1935 - 75 years ago - Armstrong Atlantic State University has continued to develop to meet the Savannah community’s educational needs. From its first location in Armstrong House in downtown Savannah to its current home on a scenic 268-acre lot off of Abercorn, the university has become one of the finest educational institutions in the Southeastern United States. This year, AASU celebrates its 75th anniversary as a premier institution of higher education in the Coastal Empire. Armstrong Junior College was established by the Mayor of Savannah and other public officials in 1935. Housed in the beautiful and historic Armstrong House, a gift to the city from the family of George F. Armstrong, Armstrong Junior College grew over the years to occupy eight additional buildings in the Forsyth Park and Monterey Square areas. In 1959, as Armstrong College of Savannah, it became a twoyear unit of the University System. The Board of Regents conferred four-year status on Armstrong in 1964 and the college moved to a 250-acre location, a gift from Donald Livingston and the Mills B. Lane Foundation, in December of 1965. Additional buildings joined the eight original structures as Armstrong added professional and graduate programs and tripled in size. In July of 1996, the Board of Regents voted to rename the college to Armstrong Atlantic State University to reflect its mission and identity. The university’s reputation of excellence is still evident in its dedication to students, with a supportive environment. Armstrong Atlantic State University was fully accredited as a senior institution by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools in December, 1968, with accreditation retroactive to January 1, 1968, and was last reaccredited in December, 2002. The university offers more than seventy-five academic programs and majors in the College of Arts and Sciences, College of Health

2

Professions, College of Education and School of Computing. The academic community includes approximately 7,500 students and more than 400 faculty members. Enrollment has more than doubled in the last 20 years, from 3,700 students in 1990 to its current number. Across campus, evidence of the university’s growth can be found in its facilities. Recently completed projects include the $31 million Windward Commons, a 567-bed, freshmandedicated residence hall completed over the summer, which brings the number of students living on campus to more than 1,400, and the new $16 million, 60,180 square-foot AASU Student Union that was built entirely through student fees and opened in fall of 2010. The athletic department of Armstrong Atlantic State University is housed in the Armstrong Sports Center, completed in 1995. The Sports Center includes offices for the physical education department, training room and weight room areas, basketball courts, indoor track and offices for coaches and athletic department personnel. The building played host to the Peach Belt Conference’s basketball tournament in 1998 and 1999 and hosts several in-season tournaments each year. Construction of a women’s fieldhouse for soccer and softball was completed in the spring of 2007. AASU sponsors eleven intercollegiate sports and is a charter member of the Peach Belt Conference, formed in 1991. Women’s soccer and women’s golf debuted in 2005-06 and men’s cross country was reinstated in 2009, joining men’s and women’s basketball, volleyball, baseball, men’s and women’s tennis, men’s golf and softball as sports that AASU sponsors. In 2008-09, the AASU men’s and women’s tennis teams each captured NCAA Division II National Championships for a second straight year, with the women’s tennis team earning the “three-peat” of three straight titles in 2010. Continuing a mission begun in 1935, Armstrong Atlantic State University today serves a rich gamut of traditional and non-traditional students. Forty-three percent of AASU’s student body are from the Savannah-Chatham area, while others come from around the state, nation and world. All have come to Savannah to experience and thrive on the campus of one of the fastest developing higher learning institutions in the nation - to be a part of Armstrong Atlantic State University.

Volleyball began as an intercollegiate sport at AASU in 1986


AASU Administration

Dr. Linda M. Bleicken University President

Dr. Linda M. Bleicken joins AASU after serving at Georgia Southern for 19 years. She becomes the seventh AASU president and the first woman to lead the institution since the establishment of Armstrong Junior College in 1935. A woman with deep roots in Iowa farm country, Bleicken began her career at Georgia Southern as an assistant professor of management in 1990. Over the following years she would serve as acting chair of the department of management, associate dean of the College of Business Administration, vice president for student affairs, acting provost and vice president for academic affairs and lastly provost, a position she held since 2005. A marketing major from Georgia State University who graduated magna cum laude, Bleicken’s experiences in the business arena include a foray into real estate in Atlanta as owner and manager of residential properties and serving as a sales representative for Innerface International. She also spent two years in marketing research for BellSouth and Brittain Associates, both in Atlanta. It was her experiences in marketing research that led her back to higher education. In 1987, she chose to continue her education in a university campus, this time as a teaching instructor at her alma mater, Georgia State University. Three years later she earned her academic credentials, a master’s and Ph.D. in management, once again from Georgia State. A long-time resident of Savannah—she commuted to Georgia Southern all those years—Bleicken knows and cares deeply about Savannah and the Coastal Georgia region. She has served on the Ossabaw Island Foundation Board since 2007 and been involved with the Savannah Downtown Neighborhood Association.

Andy Carter

Athletic Director Andy Carter begins his second year as the Athletic Director at Armstrong Atlantic State University for the 2009-10 season. Carter was hired on April 8, 2009, by then-University President Dr. Thomas Z. Jones after an exhaustive national search. In his first year with AASU, the Pirates sent six teams to the NCAA Championships and women’s tennis captured the school’s eighth NCAA Division II National Championship. Carter joined the Pirates from Newberry College, where he served as since 2002. In that time, he increased the visibility and success of the Newberry athletic department both on and off the competitive playing field. Newberry has won four of the past five South Atlantic Conference academic titles, while also leading 14 teams to NCAA Championships appearances after the school had collected just one in the previous 11 seasons. He developed the “Newberry College Athletic Initiative” upon arriving at the Newberry, S.C., campus, a long-term plan to improve Newberry’s athletic program while maintaining the school’s excellent academic record. Other highlights include the beginning of an intercollegiate wrestling program that finished second in NCAA Division II in 2009; SAC Championships for football in 2006 and 2008, as well as SAC titles in women’s basketball and men’s golf. Prior to Newberry, Carter served as the Director of Athletics at Missouri Baptist University in St. Louis, Mo., from 1997 through 2002. He served as the baseball coach from 1991 through 1999, leading the team to seven straight conference titles. Carter received his bachelor’s of science degree in business administration from Missouri Baptist in 1987, then earned his MBA from Lindenwood University in 1990. He and his wife, Rena, have six children – Aaron (22), Becca (20), Beth (17), Jake (15), Rachel (14) and Micah (9).

AASU hosted Savannah’s first NCAA National Championship in 2005

3


AASU Athletic Staff

Jason Hall

Chad Jackson

Michael Smoose

Alan Segal

Associate AD for Compliance & Student Services

Director of Sports Communications

Assistant to the AD for Internal Operations

Assistant AD for Marketing / Head Men’s Cross Country Coach

Dr. Donald Anderson

Dr. Will Lynch

Joe Roberts

Calvain Culberson

Compliance & Student Services Consultant

Faculty Athletic Representative

Head Baseball Coach

Assistant Baseball Coach

Jeremy Luther

Evans Davis

Matt Schmidt

Karmen Graham

Head Men’s Basketball Coach

Assistant Men’s Basketball Coach

Head Women’s Basketball Coach

Assistant Women’s Basketball Coach

Michael Butler

Ted Evans

Eric Faulconer

Simon Earnshaw

Head Men’s & Women’s Golf Coach

Head Softball Coach

Head Women’s Soccer Coach

Head Men’s & Women’s Tennis Coach

4

AASU sent six teams to the NCAA Championships in 2009-10


Athletic Training AASU athletic teams benefit from the fine athletic training staff, headed by medical director Dr. John George and head athletic trainer Lydia Williams. AASU’s training room, part of the Armstrong Sports Center, sits adjacent to the fitness center and across the hall from the Pirate locker rooms. The room offers the most modern and advanced equipment to help players deal with injuries and rehabilitation.

AASU Athletic Training Center Administration

Dr. John George Team Physician

Dr. John George assumes the role of team physician for the 2010-11 athletic season. A 1983 graduate of the Medical College of Georgia, Dr. George is board certified by the America Board of Orthopedic Surgery and is a member of the AMA, the National Board of Medical Examiners, the Georgia Medical Society, the Medical Association of Georgia, the American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons and the Georgia Orthopedic Society.

Lydia Williams

Head Athletic Trainer

Lydia Williams begins her first season as the head athletic trainer at Armstrong Atlantic State University. Williams joins the Pirates from Savannah Country Day School, where she served as the head athletic trainer and the assistant strength and conditioning coach. A 2005 graduate of the University of Georgia with her bachelor’s degree in exercise and sport science, Williams received her master’s in health and physical education from Columbus State.

Clint Brif

Assistant Athletic Trainer

Clint Brif begins his firs season as an assistant athletic trainer for Armstrong Atlantic State University. A graduate of Iowa State’s athletic training program, Brif joins the Pirates from the Doctor’s Hospital in Augusta.

Amy Simmons

Graduate Assistant Athletic Trainer

Tom Coupart

Graduate Assistant Athletic Trainer

The Pirates have won 20 or more matches 12 times in school history

5


Head Coach Will Condon

Will Condon

Head Volleyball Coach Head volleyball coach Will Condon begins his third season at the helm of the Armstrong Atlantic State program. In his two seasons with the Pirates, Condon has led AASU to back-to-back NCAA Championships berths as well as the program’s first ever Elite Eight berth. In 2009, the Pirates accumulated a 27-10 overall record, finishing second in the PBC and advancing to the school’s seventh NCAA Championships berth in the last 10 seasons. The squad featured the AVCA Southeast Region Freshman of the Year, Kathrin Standhardinger, as well as the PBC’s Setter of the Year, Kristin Standhardinger. In his debut season with the Pirates in 2008, AASU went 28-7, capturing the Peach Belt regular season and tournament titles to earn a berth in the NCAA Championships for the first time since 2004. The Pirates defeated Lander, Lincoln Memorial and Catawba to capture the Southeast Region title and advance to the NCAA DII Elite Eight. Condon’s first Pirate squad featured the program’s first AVCA All-American in setter Hannah Segebart; his second straight PBC Player of the Year honoree in Rindy Vidovich and third straight PBC Tournament MVP in Torrie Bevolo. Condon joined the Pirates from fellow Peach Belt Conference school USC Aiken, where he served as the Pacers’ head volleyball coach for the past eight seasons, compiling a 161-100 record as the winningest coach in that school’s history. The Peach Belt Conference’s Coach of the Year in 2006, the Pacers under Condon collected back-to-back Peach Belt regular season and tournament titles in 2006 and 2007. The titles were the first for the Pacer program since 1995. USC Aiken also made its first-ever appearances in the NCAA Championships in both seasons, advancing to the NCAA South Regional. Condon became USC Aiken’s ninth head coach in 2000 and immediately enjoyed success as he took a squad that had finished 1118 in the previous season and directed them to a 24-10 overall record and a 9-5 conference mark, finishing third in the PBC. While at USC Aiken, Condon coached one ESPN: The Magazine/CoSIDA All-American and PBC Player of the Year (Mandy Gerolstein), one PBC Freshman of the Year (Amy Long), 13 All-PBC performers and 20 PBC Player of the Week honorees. Four times Condon directed the Pacers to 20-win seasons while at USC Aiken and he leaves the school having won 40 of his last 50 matches over the last two seasons. Prior to taking over the USC Aiken program, Condon served as an assistant coach at Emporia State (Kan.) for four seasons. While at Emporia State, his teams finished among the top 12 in the nation in hitting percentage in three of the four years he was there. Condon is a 1996 graduate of Clemson, earning his bachelor’s of science degree in management. He also competed on the Clemson men’s club volleyball squad. He received his master’s degree in business administration from Emporia State in 1999. An active member of the American Volleyball Coaches Association (AVCA), Condon is married to Lesley Michelle and the couple have one child, Ella.

The Will Condon Ledger

Year 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 Total

6

Team USC Aiken USC Aiken USC Aiken USC Aiken USC Aiken USC Aiken USC Aiken USC Aiken Armstrong Atlantic State Armstrong Atlantic State 9 Years

Overall 24-10 19-12 14-18 13-21 21-13 16-14 28-7 26-5 27-8 27-10 215-117

Conference 9-5 / t3rd PBC 7-7 / 4th PBC 6-8 / 4th PBC 5-9 / t5th PBC 8-6 / 4th PBC 7-5 / 4th PBC 10-2 / t1st PBC 10-0 / 1st PBC 8-2 / 1st PBC 11-3 / 2nd PBC 81-47

Highlights Tied school mark for most PBC wins in a single season

Becomes all-time winningest coach at USC Aiken PBC Regular Season & Tmt Champions / NCAA Region PBC Regular Season & Tmt Champions / NCAA Region PBC Champions / NCAA Southeast Region Champions NCAA Southeast Region Participants

Will Condon was the PBC Co-Coach of the Year in 2008


Assistant Coach Lauren Cedeno

Lauren Cedeno

Assistant Volleyball Coach Lauren Cedeno joins the Pirate volleyball coaching staff as an assistant for the 2010 season. Cedeno joins the Pirates from USC Aiken, where she played for three seasons for the Pacers. A second-team All-PBC performer in 2009, Cedeno tallied 2,354 assists and 598 digs in three years at USC Aiken, capturing two PBC titles. As a sophomore in 2007, Cedeno ranked second in the PBC in assists per set, averaging 11.02, and she was a twotime PBC All-Academic volleyball honoree. A native of Jacksonville, Fla., Cedeno played for one season at the University of West Georgia in 2006 as a freshman. Cedeno competed in high school for Bishop Kenny and also played for Gainesville Juniors in club volleyball. While at USC Aiken, Cedeno was active in youth coaching with the Magnum Volleyball Club. Cedeno earned her bachelor’s degree in secondary education from USC Aiken in 2010. She is currently pursuing her master’s degree in education from Armstrong Atlantic.

AASU Volleyball Live On The Web ! The Armstrong Atlantic State athletic department will continue to bring home all of the exciting volleyball action in 2010 right to your computer as the Pirates stream live audio and video of 11 home matches plus the 2010 PBC Championships over the Internet. Fans will be able to catch all of the action from the official Website of AASU Athletics, aasupirates.com, or peachbeltsports.tv, with the league’s agreement with Penn Atlantic Broadcasting. AASU debuted its Internet broadcasting system in 2001 with incredible success as every home men’s and women’s basketball game, volleyball match, the majority of the Pirates’ baseball, softball and women’s soccer games were available last season. For more information about the AASU Web broadcast, visit the AASU Athletics Web Site or contact Director of Sports Communications Chad Jackson at Chad.Jackson@armstrong.edu

Cedeno was a 2009 All-PBC performer and a two-time PBC All-Academic honoree

7


2010 Season Preview Pirates Eye Third Straight NCAA Berth In 2010 Ready To Reclaim Peach Belt Conference Title The Armstrong Atlantic State volleyball squad enters the 2010 season with an eye on not only advancing to its third consecutive NCAA Championships berth, but a legitimate chance to claim a Peach Belt Conference crown. The Pirates return nine players from last season’s squad that finished 27-10 overall and advanced to the NCAA Southeast Region semifinals. Two of those returnees have been named to the Peach Belt’s preseason All-Conference team, including senior rightside hitter Gwen Clarke, who returns to the lineup after missing all of the 2009 season. Junior libero Casey Howett was also named to the preseason All-Conference team after earning All-PBC honors a year ago. Howett tallied 526 digs in 2009, the second-most in a single season in AASU history, and became the quickest player in Pirate volleyball to record 1,000 career digs. In addition to Clarke, the Pirates have just one other senior on this season’s squad - Brendyce Budd, who has played outside and rightside during her AASU career, tallying 568 career kills. Junior outside hitter Torrie Bevolo will look to regain her freshman year form which saw her earn AVCA All-Region honors. In the NCAA Southeast Region semifinal against Flagler, Bevolo collected a season-high 15 kills and notched 19 digs to close out the year on a high note. Sophomore Amanda Jones will also look to crack the outside hitter lineup after seeing action in 12 matches as a freshman. The Pirates also have one freshman who will have a chance to see significant time right away in Jessica Santaniello, the South Florida Sun-Sentinel’s Player of the Year for West Boca HS in 2009. Middle hitters will again be a strength for the Pirates in 2010 despite the loss of AASU’s all-time leader in hitting percentage, Michele Remlinger, and PBC freshman of the year Kathrin Standhardinger. Junior Leia Pittman was among the Peach Belt’s leader in blocks and in hitting percentage in 2009 despite missing a significant chunk of the season with an emergency appendectomy. The Lambuth transfer hit .212 in 20 matches and averaged 0.91 blocks per set. Junior Casie Richards and sophomore Brittany Wolf have each improved with playing time last season and will both be competing for that second spot in the lineup. The departure of PBC Setter of the Year Kristin Standhardinger means that the Pirates will go with a new starting setter for a second straight year. Junior Natalie Edgeworth and freshman Brazilian Larissa Carvahlo can set in addition to playing other positions on the floor, while freshman Megan Pando will exclusively set for the Pirates. Pando was a four-year standout at Oveido HS and played club for The Volleyball Academy in Winter Springs, Fla. Other newcomers for the Pirates in 2010 include freshman libero Christina Chow from Glynn Academy in Brunswick, Ga.; junior defensive specialist Stacey Davis, who played at Chowan as a freshman in 2007 and ranked among the nation’s leaders in service aces; and sophomore rightside Kelsey Piepergerdes, a transfer from Graceland (Iowa) who is the cousin of former AASU standout outside hitter Ashley Lavender. AASU has been picked to finish second in a preseason poll of the Peach Belt coaches, and the gap between preseason favorite Flagler and AASU is slim, but the gap between those two schools and the rest of the league is perceived to be wide with four other teams within one point of each other in places 3-6. The schedule for the Pirates this season features three in-season tournaments, including the AASU Pirate Volleyball Classic in which AASU will face Sunshine State Conference standout schools Rollins and Florida Southern. The Pirates will also play at the Catawba Invitational and take on perennial region contender Catawba, along with Pfeiffer, Shippensburg and Lenoir-Rhyne. AASU will also travel to Mount Olive for a tournament in October. The non-conference slate features home-and-home dates with Valdosta State and West Georgia, as well as cross-town Division I rival Savannah State. In all, the Pirates will play 32 matches, leading up to the 2010 Peach Belt Conference Championships, which AASU will host on Nov. 12-14.

8

2010 AVCA Division II Preseason Coaches Poll School Points 1. Concordia - St. Paul (32) 788 2. Cal State San Bernardino 760 3. Tampa 729 4. Indianapolis 692 5. Central Missouri 676 6. Washburn 603 7. West Texas A&M 561 8. UC San Diego 544 9. Minnesota Duluth 495 10. Metro State 478 11. Saint Leo 465 12. Emporia State 451 13. Nebraska - Kearney 420 14. Cal State Los Angeles 387 15. Southwest Minnesota St. 373 16. Lewis 328 17. Wayne State (Neb.) 265 18. Minnesota State Mankato 240 19. Pittsburg State 216 20. Hillsdale 171 21. Sonoma State 144 22. Flagler 115 23. Hawai’i-Hilo 98 24. Alaska - Anchorage 84 25. Truman 71 Also receiving votes: California (Pa.) 47, Grand Valley State 34, West Florida 32, Western Washington 22, Abilene Christian 21, Dowling 14, Wingate 13, Barry 7.

2010 Peach Belt Preseason Poll (Coaches could not vote for own team)

School 1. Flagler 2. Armstrong Atlantic 3. Augusta State Montevallo 5. Lander USC Aiken 7. Francis Marion 8. UNC Pembroke

Total 49 (7) 43 (1) 26 26 25 25 21 9

AASU is picked to finish second in the PBC in 2010


Senior Brendyce Budd

2

Brendyce Budd Senior Outside Hitter 5-9 • Page, Ariz. 2009

Played in 34 matches and 84 sets for the Pirates as a junior ... Hit .172 with 174 kills (2.07/set) ... Also registered 41 blocks and 62 digs ... Reached double digit kills in nine matches, including a season-high 12 against Pfeiffer on 10/23 ... Hit .647 (11-0/17) vs. UNC Pembroke on 11/7 ... Member of the PBC Presidential Honor Roll.

2008 Played in 30 matches and 99 sets for the Pirates as a sophomore ... Hit .208 with 173 kills and 148 digs ... Collected a career-high 25 kills against Saint Leo on 9/12 ... Hit .390 with 20 kills against West Georgia on 9/23 ... Tallied 21 digs against Mount Olive on 9/13 ... Recorded six matches with 10+ kills and three matches with 10+ digs ... Member of the PBC Presidential Honor Roll.

Budd’s Match Highs Kills:

25 vs. Saint Leo, 9/12/2008

2007

Digs:

Played in 35 matches and 98 sets as a freshman for the Pirates ... Hit .085 with 221 kills 22 at Augusta State, 10/27/07 and 355 digs ... Notched nine matches with 10+ kills and 20 matches with 10+ digs ... Collected 17 kills and 19 digs vs. Francis Marion on 10/17 ... Notched 17 kills in AASU’s 3-2 Blocks: 5 vs. West Georgia, 10/18/2008 win over Flagler on 10/10 ... Member of the PBC Presidential Honor Roll.

HIGH SCHOOL Played for four years at Page HS in Page, Ariz. ... Earned second-team All-State 4A honors as a senior for the Sand Devils ... Also lettered in soccer and track ... Member of the student council and Page HS honor roll.

PERSONAL Born Brendyce Budd on October 10, 1989, in Long Beach, Calif. ... Hometown is Page, Ariz. ... Daughter of Brady Budd and Teresa Budd ... Majoring in communication disorders ... Enjoys music, wakeboarding, camping and spending time on the lake.

Brendyce Budd’s Career Statistics Year MP/SP Kills Errors Attacks 2007 35/98 221 154 790 2008 30/96 173 76 467 2009 34/84 174 92 477 3 Years 99/278 568 322 1734

Pct. .085 .208 .172 .142

Assists 7 1 2 10

SA 27 20 2 49

SE 28 29 4 61

Digs 355 148 62 565

BS 4 5 7 16

BA BE BHE 32 4 2 16 1 3 34 3 1 82 8 6

Budd hit .647 with 11 kills and no errors in 17 attempts vs. UNC Pembroke on 11/7

9


10

Gwen Clarke

Senior Rightside Hitter 5-11 • Superior, Colo. 2009 Received a medical redshirt for the 2009 season.

Senior Gwen Clarke

2008 Played in all 35 matches and 127 sets for the Pirates as a junior ... Hit .236 with 272 kills and 69 blocks ... Ranked 11th in the PBC in hitting percentage ... Earned All-PBC Tournament honors in helping AASU to the 2008 PBC Tournament title ... Hit .440 with 12 kills and just one error in AASU’s 3-0 win over Catawba in the NCAA Southeast Region championship match on 11/23 ... Had eight matches with 10+ kills ... Named to the PBC All-Academic volleyball second team ... Member of the PBC Presidential Honor Roll.

2007 Played in 35 matches and 120 games for the Pirates as a sophomore ... Earned All-PBC honors ... Hit .202 with 298 kills ... Ranked 14th in the PBC in hitting percentage ... Notched 10 matches with 10+ kills ... Hit .352 with a career-high 26 kills against Augusta State on 11/10 at the PBC Championships ... Hit .474 with 19 kills against Lander on 9/21 ... Collected 20 kills at Francis Marion on 9/28 ... Hit .306 with 15 kills and a career-high 15 digs against Flagler on 10/10 ... Member of the PBC Presidential Honor Roll.

2006

Clarke’s Match Highs Kills:

26 vs. Augusta State, 11/10/07

Hitting Percentage:

.472 (19/1-38) vs. Lander, 9/21/07

Digs:

15 vs. Flagler, 10/10/07

Blocks:

7 at Francis Marion, 9/28/07 at Montevallo, 10/13/07

Played in 20 matches and 30 games as a freshman for the Pirates ... Hit .136 with 43 kills and 32 digs ... Hit .391 with a season-high 11 kills in AASU’s 3-1 win over Lander on 9/23 ... Hit .294 with seven kills in AASU’s 3-0 win over USC Upstate on 9/22 ... Member of the PBC Presidential Honor Roll.

HIGH SCHOOL Played for three years at Monarch HS in Louisville, Colo. ... Named Region Player of the Year as a senior and earned first-team All-Conference honors ... Also an All-Region honoree as a sophomore.

PERSONAL Born Gwendolyn M. Clarke on August 17, 1988, in Boulder, Colo. ... Hometown is Superior, Colo. ... Daughter of Gayle Gruenisen and James Clarke ... Majoring in health science ... Enjoys cooking, camping, hiking and all sports.

Gwen Clarke’s Career Statistics Year 2006 2007 2008 3 Years

10

MP/GP 20/30 35/120 35/127 90/277

Kills Errors Attacks 43 25 132 298 122 871 272 95 750 613 242 1753

Pct. .136 .202 .236 .212

Assists 2 51 31 84

SA 4 20 0 24

SE 9 22 0 31

Digs 32 145 48 225

BS 0 3 5 8

BA BE BHE 4 2 1 63 10 11 64 7 5 131 19 17

Clarke collected 19 kills with no errors, hitting .413 in the 2008 PBC Tournament


Junior Torrie Bevolo

6

Torrie Bevolo Junior Outside Hitter 5-8 • St. Louis, Mo. 2009

Played in all 37 matches and 128 sets for the Pirates as a sophomore ... Collected 193 kills (1.51/set) and 340 digs (2.66/set) ... Notched a season-high 14 kills against Erskine on 8/28 ... Tallied a season-high 24 digs at Montevallo on 10/16 ... Registered seven matches with 10+ kills and 19 matches with 10+ digs ... Named to the PBC All-Academic First Team ... Member of the PBC Presidential Honor Roll.

2008 Played in 35 matches and 126 sets for the Pirates as a freshman ... Named the 2008 PBC Tournament MVP in leading the Pirates to their second-ever PBC Tourney title ... Earned AVCA All-Southeast Region and Daktronics/CoSIDA All-Southeast Region First Team honors ... Led the Pirates in kills with 393, the 10th most in a single season in AASU history ... Hit .220 with 419 digs, second on the squad ... Ranked 13th in the PBC in hitting percentage, 4th in kills per set (3.12), 6th in service aces per set (0.33) and eighth in digs per set (3.33) ... Recorded 23 matches with 10+ kills, including a stretch of nine straight matches from 9/23 to 10/18 ... Also recorded 20 matches with 10+ digs ... Notched a season-high 21 kills and 26 digs in AASU’s five-set win over Lander on 11/21 in the first round of the NCAA Southeast Regional ... Named to the PBC Presidential Honor Roll.

Bevolo’s Match Highs Kills:

21 vs. Lander, 11/21/2008

Hitting Percentage:

.410 (19-3/39) at Bentley, 9/5/2008

Digs:

26 vs. Lander, 11/21/2008

HIGH SCHOOL Played for three years at Incarnate Word Academy in St. Louis, Mo. ... Earned honorable mention All-State honors as a senior for the Red Knights ... Two-time All-District honoree as well ... Helped Incarnate Word to the 2005 state championship.

PERSONAL Born Torrie Lynn Bevolo on October 27, 1989, in Dallas, Texas ... Hometown is St. Louis, Mo. ... Daughter of Linda and Greg Bevolo ... Majoring in Spanish ... Brother, Brent, is a member of the Lindenwood University baseball team ... Enjoys listening to music, watching movies and traveling ... Lists Albert Pujols as a favorite sports personality.

Torrie Bevolo’s Career Statistics Year 2008 2009 2 Years

MP/GP 35/126 37/128 72/254

Kills Errors Attacks 393 161 1053 193 120 639 586 281 1692

Pct. .220 .114 .180

Assists 15 24 39

SA 41 32 73

SE 40 37 77

Digs 419 340 759

BS 11 6 17

BA BE BHE 29 4 2 23 1 3 52 5 5

Bevolo was the 2008 PBC Tournament MVP, helping AASU to its second tourney title

11


Natalie Edgeworth Junior Setter

5-7 • Atlanta, Ga. 2009

1

Junior Natalie Edgeworth

Played in 34 matches and 115 sets as a sophomore for the Pirates ... Notched 32 service aces (0.28/set) and 203 digs (1.77/set) ... Served a season-high four aces against Catawba on 9/5 ... Registered a season-high 13 digs twice, at Francis Marion (10/2) and at Emory (10/9) ... Notched 10 or more digs in five matches ... Member of the PBC Presidential Honor Roll.

2008 Played in 19 matches and 44 sets for the Pirates as a freshman ... Collected 50 digs and 13 service aces ... Registered a season-high 14 digs and three service aces vs. Mount Olive on 9/13.

Edgeworth’s Match Highs Digs:

HIGH SCHOOL Played for four years at South Forsyth HS ... Earned All-County honors as a junior and senior ... Ranked fifth in the state in digs in Class 5A ... Four-time recipient of the team’s best defensive award for the Eagles.

14 vs. Mount Olive, 9/13/2008

Service Aces:

4 vs. Catawba, 9/5/2009

PERSONAL Born Natalie Edgeworth on August 4, 1990, in Houston, Texas ... Hometown is Brooks, Ga. ... Daughter of Tom and Elaine Edgeworth ... Majoring in health science ... Father, Tom, played football and baseball at Northwood (Mich.) ... Enjoys playing basketball, fishing and traveling ... Lists Misty May-Treanor as a favorite sports personality.

Natalie Edgeworth’s Career Statistics Year MP/GP Kills Errors Attacks 2008 19/44 0 0 2 2009 34/115 2 2 14 2 Years 53/159 2 2 16

12

Pct. .000 .000 .000

Assists 4 22 26

SA 13 32 45

SE 7 32 39

Digs 50 203 253

BS 0 0 0

BA BE BHE 0 0 1 0 0 4 0 0 5

Edgeworth tied for the team lead in service aces in 2009 with 32


Junior Casey Howett

4

Casey Howett Junior Libero

5-7 • Brooks, Ga. 2009

Played in all 37 matches and 133 sets for the Pirates as a sophomore ... Earned secondteam All-PBC honors and NCAA Southeast Region All-Tournament honors ... Collected 526 digs (3.95 digs/set) and ranked sixth in the PBC in digs per set ... Notched doubledigit digs in 32 of 37 matches played, including seven matches with 20+ digs ... Had season-high 21 digs at USC Aiken (9/19), at Montevallo (10/16) and against Lincoln Memorial (11/20) ... Named to the PBC All-Academic second team ... Member of the PBC Presidential Honor Roll.

2008

Howett’s Match Highs

Played in all 35 matches and 127 sets for the Pirates as a freshman ... Earned AVCA All-Southeast Region honors as a libero ... PBC Specialist of the Week (10/13) ... Led the squad and ranked 5th in the PBC in digs per set at 3.87 ... Registered 492 digs on the season, second-most in a single season in AASU history ... Also notched a team-high 43 service aces, ranking 5th in the PBC at 0.34 per set ... Notched 10+ digs in 21 matches and 20+ digs in six matches ... Collected a season-high 29 digs at USC Aiken on 9/27 ... Led the PBC in digs in conference-only matches, averaging 5.03 per set ... Member of the PBC Presidential Honor Roll.

Digs:

29 at USC Aiken, 9/27/2008

Service Aces:

4 vs. West Georgia, 9/26/2009

HIGH SCHOOL Played for four years at Whitewater HS in Fayetteville, Ga. ... First-team All-Region 4A selection as a senior ... Holds the Georgia state record for digs in a game ... Also a finalist for the Wendy’s High School Heisman award ... Member of the National Honor Society.

PERSONAL Born Casey Danielle Howett on July 19, 1990, in Atlanta, Ga., her hometown ... Daughter of Doug and Karen Howett ... Sister, Amanda, plays college softball at fellow Peach Belt school Georgia Southwestern .... Majoring in sonography ... Enjoys traveling, playing beach volleyball and shopping ... Lists Holly McPeak as a favorite sports personality. .

Casey Howett’s Career Statistics Year MP/GP Kills Errors Attacks Pct. Assists 2008 35/127 2 3 22 -.045 13 2009 37/133 7 7 27 .000 20 2 Years 72/160 9 10 49 -.020 33

SA 43 24 66

SE 68 30 98

Digs 492 526 1018

BS 0 0 0

Howett already ranks 7th all-time in AASU history in digs with 1,018

BA BE BHE 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

13


Junior Leia Pittman

7

Leia Pittman Junior Middle Hitter 6-0 • Carthage, Mo. 2008

Played in 20 matches and 70 sets for the Pirates as a sophomore ... Hit .212 with 88 kills and 64 blocks ... Ranked 15th in the PBC in hitting percentage and 5th in the PBC in blocks per set ... Collected a season-high 10 kills against Flagler on 11/15 ... Had a season-high eight blocks against West Alabama on 8/28 ... Notched five or more blocks four times ... Hit .750 (7-1/8) against St. Andrews on 9/5 ... Member of the PBC Presidential Honor Roll.

PREVIOUS SCHOOL Played in 25 matches and 86 sets for Lambuth University as a freshman ... Hit .391 with 179 kills (2.08 per set) ... Registered a season-high 14 kills vs. Martin Methodist on 9/22 ... Ranked 8th in NAIA Division I in blocks (1.49 per set) ... Earned All-Conference honorable mention honors.

HIGH SCHOOL

Pittman’s Match Highs Kills:

10 vs. Flagler, 11/15/2009

Hitting Percentage:

Played for four years at College Heights Christian School in Joplin, Mo. ... Earned Honorable Mention All-State honors as a senior ... Two-time All-Region honoree and three-time All-District honoree for the Cougars ... Set the CHCS all-time blocking record.

.417 (6-1/12) vs. North Greenville, 8/29/2009

Blocks:

8 vs. West Alabama, 8/29/2009

PERSONAL Born Leia Nicole Pittman on October 17, 1989, in Lake Charles, La. ... Hometown is Carthage, Mo. ... Daughter of David and Peggy Pittman ... Majoring in economics ... Enjoys playing guitar, kayaking, art and hanging out with friends ... Lists Kerri Walsh as a favorite sports personality.

Leia Pittman’s Career Statistics Year MP/GP Kills Errors Attacks 2009 20/70 88 37 241 1 Year 20/70 88 37 241

Pct. .212 .212

Assists 8 8

SA 0 0

SE 0 0

Digs 19 19

BS 2 2

BA BE BHE 62 3 1 62 3 1

14 Pittman ranked 5th in the PBC in blocking in 2009, averaging 0.91 blocks per set


Junior Casie Richards

8

Casie Richards Junior Middle Hitter 6-0 • Carthage, Mo. 2009

Played in 13 matches and 23 sets for the Pirates as a sophomore ... Hit .173 with 28 kills and 14 blocks ... Hit .833 (5-0/6) against UNC Pembroke on 11/7 ... Also collected five kills in a season-high 14 attempts against North Greenville on 8/29.

2008 Played in 32 matches and 102 sets for the Pirates as a freshman ... Hit .231 with 201 kills and 74 blocks ... Ranked 12th in the PBC in hitting percentage ... Hit .667 with 11 kills and just one error in 15 attempts in her collegiate debut vs. Newberry on 8/29 ... Hit .400 or better in seven matches ... Notched a season-high 17 kills against Anderson (SC) on 8/30 ... Hit .423 with 14 kills against West Georgia on 10/18.

Richards’ Match Highs Kills:

HIGH SCHOOL Played for three years at Venice HS in Venice, Fla. ... Helped Venice HS to a 26-7 record and the 2006 Class 5A State Championship as a sophomore ... Member of the National Honor Society.

17 vs. Anderson (SC), 8/30/2008

Hitting Percentage:

.692 (9-0/13) vs. UNCP, 10/11/2008

Blocks:

6 vs. Grand Valley State, 12/4/2008

PERSONAL

Born Casie Richards on May 29, 1990, in Stuart, Fla. ... Hometown is Venice, Fla. ... Daughter of John and Jennifer Richards ... Majoring in rehabilitation sciences ... Enjoys going to the beach as well as playing beach volleyball ... Lists Kerri Walsh as a favorite sports personality.

Casie Richards’ Career Statistics Year MP/GP Kills Errors Attacks 2008 32/102 201 87 494 2009 13/23 28 15 75 2 Years 45/125 229 102 569

Pct. .231 .173 .223

Assists 10 2 12

SA 4 2 6

SE 19 6 25

Digs 29 5 34

BS 14 2 16

BA BE BHE 60 6 0 12 2 0 72 8 0

Richards had six blocks in AASU’s NCAA Elite Eight match vs. GVSU on Dec. 4, 2008

15


Junior Stacey Davis and Sophomore Amanda Jones

15

Stacey Davis Junior Setter/Libero 5-7 • Austin, Texas PREVIOUS SCHOOL

Played for one season at Chowan University ... Set the school assist record in 2007 with 1,115 ... Also recorded 108 service aces, averaging 0.92 per set, ranking second in NCAA Division II ... Transferred to Clemson but did not play volleyball for the Tigers..

HIGH SCHOOL Played for three seasons at Georgetown HS in Georgetown, Texas ... Named Defensive Player of the Year and also earned Academic All-District honors for the Eagles ... Played club volleyball for Austin Juniors.

PERSONAL Born Stacey Marie Davis on January 19, 1989, in Austin, Texas ... Hometown is Georgetown, Texas ... Daughter of Jeff and Kathy Davis ... Majoring in fitness management ... Enjoys running and traveling ... Lists Robert Horry as a favorite sports personality.

9

Amanda Jones

Sophomore Outside Hitter 6-0 • Venice, Fla. 2009

Played in 12 matches as a freshman for the Pirates ... Saw action in 22 sets ... Hit .157 with 28 kills (1.27/set) ... Registered a season-high seven kills twice, against Montevallo on 9/25 and against Flagler on 11/15 ... Also hit a season-high .462 with four digs against Montevallo.

HIGH SCHOOL Played for four years at Kell HS in Marietta, Ga. ... Earned 2008 Georgia All-Star honors ... Ranked second in the state of Georgia with 1.5 blocks per game ... Also earned AllCounty and two-time All-Area honors for the Longhorns ... Collected 349 kills (2.70/set) and 180.5 blocks as a senior, hitting .269.

PERSONAL Born Amanda Mary Jones on May 27, 1991, in Statesboro, Ga. ... Hometown is Marietta, Ga. ... Daughter of Michelle and George Jones ... Father played football at Georgia Southern University from 1988-89 .... Majoring in education ... Lists Javy Lopez as a favorite sports personality.

Amanda Jones’ Career Statistics Year MP/GP Kills Errors Attacks 2009 12/22 28 15 83 1 Year 12/22 28 15 83

16

Pct. .157 .157

Assists 1 1

SA 0 0

SE 2 2

Digs 11 11

BS 0 0

BA BE BHE 3 0 0 3 0 0

Davis ranked second in NCAA Division II in service aces while at Chowan in 2007


Sophomores Kelsey Piepergerdes and Brittany Wolf

Kelsey Piepergerdes Sophomore Rightside Hitter 5-9 • Lee’s Summit, Mo. PREVIOUS SCHOOL

13

Played for one season at Graceland University in Iowa, seeing action in 20 matches ... Hit .180 with 85 kills in 64 sets played ... Hit .304 with a season-high nine kills against Missouri Baptist on Oct. 17 ... Also had a season-high six blocks against Missouri Baptist on Oct. 17.

HIGH SCHOOL Played for four years at Lee’s Summit West HS ... Earned first-team All-State honors in 2008 as a senior ... Also earned All-Metro First Team honors ... Second-team All-State honoree as a junior in 2007 for the Titans ... Played club for KC Power.

PERSONAL Born Kelsey Piepergerdes on October 23, 1990, in Blue Springs, Mo. ... Hometown is Lee’s Summit, Mo. ... Daughter of Todd and Lori Piepergerdes ... Majoring in mathematics ... Cousin, Ashley Lavender, played volleyball at AASU from 2001-2004 ... Enjoys all sports and coloring ... Lists Misty May and Mia Hamm as favorite sports personalities.

Brittany Wolf

Sophomore Outside/Middle Hitter 6-0 • Bethlehem, Ga. 2009

12

Played in nine matches as a freshman for the Pirates ... Saw action in 15 sets ... Hit .136 with 14 kills and six blocks ... Registered a season-high six kills in AASU’s come-frombehind 3-2 victory at Montevallo on 10/16.

HIGH SCHOOL Played for four years at Monroe Area HS ... Two-time All-County, All-Area and All-Region honoree for the Hurricanes ... Led Monroe Area HS in kills, blocks and digs as a junior and senior ... Led the state of Georgia in blocks as a junior in 2007.

PERSONAL Born Brittany Lee Wolf on January 18, 1991, in Lawrenceville, Ga. ... Hometown is Bethlehem, Ga. ... Daughter of Wanda Wolf ... Majoring in biology ... Enjoys reading ... Lists Keri Walsh as a favorite sports personality.

Brittany Wolf’s Career Statistics Year MP/GP Kills Errors Attacks 2009 9/15 14 8 44 1 Year 9/15 14 8 44

Pct. .136 .136

Assists 0 0

SA 0 0

SE 0 0

Digs 8 8

BS 0 0

BA BE BHE 6 0 0 6 0 0

Piepergerdes is the cousin of former AASU volleyball standout Ashley Lavender

17


Freshmen Larissa Carvahlo and Christina Chow

Larissa Carvahlo

Freshman Setter/Rightside Hitter 5-11 • Brasilia, Brazil IN BRAZIL

14

Attended Colegio Laranjeiras in Brasilia.

PERSONAL Born Larissa Rutowitsch Carvahlo on March 23, 1989, in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, her hometown ... Daughter of Maria Stella Santos Rutowitsch ... Undecided in major ... Enjoys traveling, all sports and watching movies ... Lists Brazilian setter Fernanda Venturini as her favorite sports personality.

Christina Chow Freshman Libero 5-4 • Brunswick, Ga. HIGH SCHOOL

16

Played for two years at Glynn Academy in Brunswick, Ga. ... Also played for Brunswick Christian Academy and Heritage Christian Academy ... Wendy’s High School Heisman finalist ... Played club for Golden Isles Blue Angels.

PERSONAL Born Christina Mae Chow on February 20, 1992, in Brunswick, Ga., her hometown ... Daughter of Gene and Rosalynn Chow ... Majoring in pre-pharmacy ... Enjoys cooking and traveling ... Lists Misty May-Treanor and Kerri Walsh as her favorite sports personalities.

18

Carvahlo is the first Brazilian to play volleyball for AASU


Freshmen Megan Pando and Jessica Santaniello

Megan Pando Freshman Setter 5-8 • Oviedo, Fla. HIGH SCHOOL

3

Played for four years at Oviedo HS ... Earned honorable mention All-Conference honors as a senior ... Was the top sophomore for the Lions in 2007 ... Played club for The Volleyball Academy in Winter Springs, Fla.

PERSONAL Born Megan Pando on September 20, 1991, in Hialeah, Fla. ... Hometown is Oviedo, Fla. ... Daughter of Mary and Frank Pando ... Majoring in economics ... Sister, Ryan, played soccer at Flagler from 2007-09 ... Enjoys playing tennis, volleyball and cooking ... Lists Rafael Nadal, Pete Sampras and Kerri Walsh as favorite sports personalities.

Jessica Santaniello Freshman Outside Hitter 5-9 • Boca Raton, Fla. HIGH SCHOOL

5

Played for four years for West Boca High School ... Named team MVP and Player of the Year by the Sun-Sentinel as a senior for the Bulls ... Led the county in kills as a senior with 288, averaging 12.5 per match ... Earned All-Area honors as a senior from the Palm Beach Post ... Played club ball for Ocean Breeze.

PERSONAL Born Jessica Ann Santaniello on July 31, 1992, in Boca Raton, Fla., her hometown ... Daughter of Joyce and Stanley Santaniello ... Majoring in nursing ... Enjoys fishing, jet skiing and going to the beach ... Lists Carrie Underwood-Fisher as a favorite personality. .

Santaniello was the Sun Sentinel Player of the Year in 2009 for West Boca HS

19


2009 Season Review Pirates Advance To Second Straight NCAA Regional Finish Second In Peach Belt Conference The Armstrong Atlantic State volleyball squad earned its seventh NCAA Championships bid in school history in 2009, going 2710 and advancing to the NCAA Southeast Region semifinals. The Pirates opened up the season playing in three straight tournaments, going an undefeated 4-0 at the Anderson (SC) Invitational and winning two of three matches at the USC Aiken Invitational. AASU dropped a pair in the Chatham Orthopedics Pirate Volleyball Classic to regionally-ranked Wingate and Barry before rebounding with an impressive 3-1 win over regionally-ranked Lynn to wrap up the tournament. AASU then delved into Peach Belt play and fashioned an 11-3 mark, good for second in the Peach Belt regular season standings. The Pirates also picked up key region non-conference wins in October, strengthening AASU’s bid for postseason play. The Pirates went into the PBC Tournament as the second seed and advanced to the finals after collecting a 3-0 win over Francis Marion and a 3-0 win over Lander. AASU’s tenth appearance in the league championship match went Flagler’s way as the Saints defeated the Pirates, 3-0. AASU earned an at-large berth to the NCAA Southeast Region for a second straight season and seventh NCAA appearance overall and knocked off Lincoln Memorial, 25-12, 25-17, 25-22, for the Pirates’ fourth NCAA win in the last two seasons in the first round. Freshman sisters Kathrin and Kristin Standhardinger enjoyed tremendous seasons for the Pirates in 2009. Kathrin led the Peach Belt in hitting and was named the PBC Freshman of the Year, while Kristin was the PBC Setter of the Year and the AVCA All-Southeast Region Freshman of the Year - only the second Pirate to earn AVCA Region Freshman of the Year honors, joining Traci Knuth (2004). The German duo each earned All-Peach Belt, All-Peach Belt Tournament and All-Southeast Region honors. Senior Michele Remlinger also earned All-Peach Belt and All-Region honors in her final year as a Pirate, ranking second in the PBC in hitting percentage and also hitting a school-record .354 for her two-year career. Seniors Amy Birkemeier, Marina Marinova and Nicole Yates also wrapped up their AASU careers in 2010 - Birkemeier collected 375 kills (2.15 / set) in her two-year career, while Marinova tallied 456 digs, 277 assists and 139 kills in two seasons. Yates finished with 1,059 career digs, which ranks 5th all-time in AASU volleyball history..

German sisters Kristin (left) and Kathrin (right) Standhardinger each earned All-Peach Belt and All-Region honors for the Pirates in 2009. Kathrin Standhardinger was the PBC’s Freshman of the Year, while Kristin Standhardinger was the PBC’s Setter of the Sophomore Casey Howett (above left) earned All-PBC and NCAA All-Region Tournament Year and the AVCA’s Southeast Region Freshman of the Year honors in her second season, also reaching 1,000 digs faster than any other player in AASU history. Michele Remlinger (above right) hit .357, second-best in the PBC, and - only the second AASU player ever to earn the region Freshman of finished her two-year AASU career with a school-record .354 hitting percentage. the Year award.

20

AASU has compiled a 116-28 PBC record in the last 11 seasons


2009 Season Review 2009 Armstrong Atlantic State Volleyball Results Overall: 27-10 • Home: 8-3 • Away: 9-2 • Neutral: 11-2

Date Opponent

8/28 8/29 9/4 9/5 9/11 9/12 9/18 9/19 9/25 9/26 9/30 10/2 10/3 10/9 10/10 10/13 10/16 10/23 10/24 10/27 10/30 10/31 11/4 11/6 11/7 11/13 11/14 11/15 11/20 11/21

Result Kills vs. Erskine @ W 3-1 (25-18, 25-16, 21-25, 25-12) Bevolo (14) vs. Sthrn Wesleyan @ W 3-0 (28-26, 25-11, 25-17) Ka. Standhardinger (11) vs. West Alabama @ W 3-2 (21-25, 25-18, 22-25, 25-8, 18-16) Birkemeier (13) vs. North Greenville @ W 3-0 (25-18, 25-20, 25-16) Birkemeier (150 vs. Florida Tech # L 3-0 (23-25, 21-25, 24-26) Budd (10) vs. St. Andrews # W 3-0 (25-18, 25-16, 25-10) Bevolo (12) vs. Catawba # W 3-2 (19-25, 25-22, 18-25, 25-10, 15-5) Ka. Standhardinger (17) Wingate % L 3-0 (26-28, 22-25, 19-25) Ka. Standhardinger (10) Barry % L 3-2 (25-20, 25-20, 11-25, 16-25, 12-15) Remlinger (12) Lynn % W 3-1 (25-22, 25-22, 23-25, 25-22) Birkemeier (14) at Lander W 3-1 (25-13, 25-15, 20-25, 25-19) Birkemeier (13) at USC Aiken L 3-1 (22-25, 25-13, 19-25, 18-25) Birkemeier (8) Montevallo W 3-2 (25-16, 17-25, 23-25, 25-21, 15-13) Birkemeier (15) Augusta State W 3-0 (25-22, 25-23, 25-16) Bevolo (11) West Georgia W 3-0 (25-7, 25-19, 25-20) Ka. Standhardinger (9) Flagler L 3-1 (21-25, 18-25, 25-16, 21-25) Ka. Standhardinger (15) at Francis Marion W 3-1 (22-25, 25-18, 25-19, 25-19) Birkemeier (13) at UNC Pembroke W 3-0 (25-13, 25-21, 25-14) Ka. Standhardinger (11) at Emory L 3-2 (13-25, 25-22, 25-22, 20-25, 11-15) Ka. Standhardinger (14) at North Alabama L 3-1 (25-18, 15-25, 16-25, 18-25) Ka. Standhardinger (11) vs. Ala.-Huntsville W 3-0 (25-20, 25-11, 25-23) Marinova (12) at Augusta State W 3-0 (25-10, 25-21, 25-17) Marinova (12) at Montevallo W 3-2 (13-25, 29-31, 25-23, 25-11, 17-15) Bevolo (13) Pfeiffer ! W 3-0 (28-26, 25-8, 26-24) Two with 12 St. Andrews ! W 3-0 (25-17, 25-14, 25-12) Remlinger (14) King (Tenn.) ! W 3-0 (25-17, 25-17, 25-15) Budd (11) at West Georgia W 3-0 (25-16, 25-12, 25-13) Marinova (11) Lander W 3-0 (25-15, 25-11, 25-17) Remlinger (11) USC Aiken W 3-1 (25-23, 25-16, 22-25, 25-10) Marinova (13) at Flagler L 3-1 (16-25, 25-20, 19-25, 23-25) Budd (11) Francis Marion W 3-0 (25-17, 25-23, 25-18) Marinova (10) UNC Pembroke W 3-0 (25-17, 25-11, 25-13) Budd (11) vs. Francis Marion & W 3-0 (25-13, 25-21, 25-22) Budd (11) vs. Lander & W 3-0 (25-17, 25-22, 25-18) Marinova (10) vs. Flagler & L 3-0 (22-25, 18-25, 23-25) Pittman (10) vs. Lincoln Memorial $ W 3-0 (25-12, 25-17, 25-22) Ka. Standhardinger (12) vs. Flagler $ L 3-1 (21-25, 25-20, 21-25, 16-25) Bevolo (15)

Assists Kr. Standhardinger (43) Kr. Standhardinger (39) Kr. Standhardinger (38) Kr. Standhardinger (33) Kr. Standhardinger (25) Kr. Standhardinger (38) Kr. Standhardinger (59) Kr. Standhardinger (29) Kr. Standhardinger (29) Kr. Standhardinger (44) Kr. Standhardinger (44) Kr. Standhardinger (33) Kr. Standhardinger (50) Kr. Standhardinger (36) Kr. Standhardinger (28) Kr. Standhardinger (34) Kr. Standhardinger (43) Kr. Standhardinger (35) Kr. Standhardinger (36) Kr. Standhardinger (25) Kr. Standhardinger (37) Kr. Standhardinger (37) Kr. Standhardinger (49) Kr. Standhardinger (39) Kr. Standhardinger (33) Kr. Standhardinger (32) Kr. Standhardinger (30) Kr. Standhardinger (37) Kr. Standhardinger (46) Kr. Standhardinger (35) Kr. Standhardinger (29) Kr. Standhardinger (29) Kr. Standhardinger (39) Kr. Standhardinger (36) Kr. Standhardinger (33) Kr. Standhardinger (40) Kr. Standhardinger (41)

Digs Blocks Howett (13) Ka. Standhardinger (5) Three with 8 Pittman (4) Howett (18) Pittman (8) Howett (13) Ka. Standhardinger (3) Howett (12) Two with 3 Bevolo (11) Two with 2 Howett (16) Two with 5 Kr. Standhardinger (16) Remlinger (2) Howett (16) Remlinger (5) Howett (14) Pittman (6) Howett (19) Pittman (4) Howett (21) Two with 3 Howett (17) Remlinger (4) Howett (20) Four with 2 Howett (7) Remlinger (4) Howett (11) Ka. Standhardinger (5) Howett (21) Pittman (7) Howett (14) Ka. Standhardinger (4) Howett (20) Three with 4 Howett (11) Ka. Standhardinger (3) Marinova (11) Ka. Standhardinger (5) Howett (14) Remlinger (5) Bevolo (24) Remlinger (6) Howett (12) Budd (4) Howett (12) Budd (3) Bevolo (15) Budd (3) Howett (17) Kr. Standhardinger (5) Bevolo (15) Remlinger (6) Howett (13) Remlinger (6) Howett (17) Two with 2 Howett (13) Remlinger (4) Yates (14) Three with 1 Howett (13) Birkemeier (4) Howett (16) Two with 3 Howett (13) Remlinger (2) Howett (21) Ka. Standhardinger (4) Howett (20) Remlinger (3)

@ 2009 Anderson (S.C.) Invitational # 2009 USC Aiken Invitational % 2009 Chatham Orthopedics Pirate Volleyball Classic ! 2009 PBC/Conference Carolinas Crossover & 2009 Peach Belt Conference Championships (Aiken, S.C.) $ 2009 NCAA DII Southeast Regional (Wingate, N.C.)

2009 Pirate Season Statistics Player

MP/GP

Kills

Kathrin Standhardinger 35/125 339 Michele Remlinger 36/124 281 Kristin Standhardinger 37/133 135 Leia Pittman 20/70 88 Marina Marinova 23/70 128 Casie Richards 13/23 28 Brendyce Budd 34/84 174 Amanda Jones 12/22 28 Amy Birkemeier 36/117 280 Brittany Wolf 9/15 14 Torrie Bevolo 37/128 193 Casey Howett 37/133 7 Natalie Edgeworth 34/115 2 Nicole Yates 33/115 10 TOTALS 37/133 1707 Opponents 37/133 1186

Errors

61 64 43 37 57 15 92 15 152 8 120 7 2 17 690 676

Attacks

713 608 368 241 364 75 477 83 844 44 639 27 14 95 4592 4012

Pct. Assists

.390 33 .357 27 .250 1363 .212 8 .195 16 .173 2 .172 2 .157 1 .152 8 .136 0 .114 24 .000 20 .000 22 -.074 23 .221 1549 .127 1088

SA

29 13 32 0 17 2 2 0 1 0 32 24 32 25 209 152

SE

Digs

43 128 27 53 53 305 0 19 11 141 6 5 4 62 2 11 0 119 0 8 37 340 30 526 32 203 37 200 282 2120 175 1708

Since 1999, the Pirates have compiled a 114-39 home record

BS

17 15 5 2 2 2 7 0 6 0 6 0 0 0 62 58

BA

70 98 40 62 15 12 34 3 24 6 23 0 0 0 387 264

BE

12 7 6 3 3 2 3 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 37 46

BHE

1 5 49 1 1 0 1 0 1 0 3 0 4 0 66 67

21


2009 Season Results & Statistics 2009 Peach Belt Conference Standings School PBC Games Flagler 13-1 .929 Armstrong Atlantic 11-3 .786 Augusta State 9-5 .643 Montevallo 8-6 .571 Lander 5-9 .357 USC Aiken 5-9 .357 Francis Marion 3-11 .214 UNC Pembroke 2-12 .143

Home 7-0 6-1 4-3 4-3 2-5 5-2 2-5 2-5

Player/School Jessica Howard, ASU Melissa McCracken, Lander Meg Weathersby, Flagler Katie Beale, Flagler Katy Handrick, Montevallo

Kills Per SP 128 120 153 158 122

Set K 524 431 515 524 388

Digs Per SP 99 125 99 124 127

Service Aces Player/School SP Brittany Wilson, UM 124 Lindsay Mortenson, USCA 123 Becky Hendrian, Flagler 129 Allie Schneider, UNCP 105 Justine Burkhardt, Flagler 160

22

Pct. .390 (12th NCAA) .357 (28th NCAA) .318 .317 .300

Blk/Set 1.09 (27th NCAA) 1.03 (43rd NCAA) 0.98 0.97 0.91 0.91

Set Dig 499 574 429 527 523

Dig/Set 5.04 (25th NCAA) 4.59 4.33 4.25 4.12

Per Set Aces 55 54 51 41 61

Aces/Set 0.44 0.44 0.40 0.39 0.38

Home 11-0 11-3 6-3 8-6 7-7 8-4 7-8 5-4

Away 12-1 6-4 8-4 8-4 6-5 1-9 2-6 2-1

Neut 12-7 10-3 8-5 4-4 5-3 6-5 2-6 4-7

Second Team Shannon Byers, USC Aiken Lauren Cedeno, USC Aiken Ashley Ferry, Lander Anna Garrison, Montevallo Casey Howett, AASU Michele Remlinger, AASU Kathrin Standhardinger, AASU

Freshman of the Year: Kathrin Standhardinger, Armstrong Atlantic Player of the Year: Jessica Howard, Augusta State Coach of the Year: Taylor Mott, Flagler Setter of the Year: Kristin Standhardinger, Armstrong Atlantic Libero/DS of the Year: Ashley Ferry, Lander

2009 PBC Tournament Team

Ast/Set 10.46 (33rd NCAA) 10.25 (42nd NCAA) 9.66 8.56 7.69

Blocks Per Set Player/School SP BS-BA-TB Jessica Howard, ASU 128 43-96-139 Mallory Eggert, FMU 115 19-100-119 Caitlin Simpson, FMU 100 15-83-98 Jessica Hartley, UNCP 115 20-92-112 Leia Pittman, AASU 70 2-62-64 Michele Remlinger, AASU 124 15-98-113 Player/School Ashley Ferry, Lander Lindsey Weider, ASU Kelsie Deaton, FMU Brittany Wilson, Montevallo Samantha Lukralle, USCA

First Team Katie Beale, Flagler Justine Burkhardt, Flagler Katy Handrick, Montevallo Jessica Howard, Augusta State Melissa McCracken, Lander Kristin Standhardinger, AASU Meg Weathersby, Flagler

K/Set 4.09 (12th NCAA) 3.59 (49th NCAA) 3.37 3.32 3.18

Assists Per Set Player/School SP Ast Anna Garrison, Montevallo 122 1276 Kristin Standhardinger, AASU 133 1363 Ashley Zappitell, ASU 126 1217 Candace LaRocca, Lander 123 1053 Sam Wylie, UNCP 80 615

All Games 36-9 .800 27-10 .730 22-12 .647 20-14 .588 18-15 .555 15-18 .455 11-20 .355 11-21 .344

2009 All-Peach Belt Team

2008 PBC Statistical Leaders Hitting Percentage Player/School SP K-E-Att. Kathrin Standhardinger, AASU 125 339-61/713 Michele Remlinger, AASU 124 281-64/608 Jessica Howard, ASU 128 524-168/1118 Rachel Stacy, Flagler 131 278-92/587 Carson Anderson, Montevallo 121 253-70/609

Away 6-1 5-2 5-2 4-3 3-4 0-7 1-6 0-7

Ashley Ferry, Lander Katy Handrick, Montevallo Kathrin Standhardinger, Armstrong Atlantic Kristin Standhardinger, Armstrong Atlantic Meg Weathersby, Flagler Most Valuable Player: Rachel Stacy, Flagler

2009 PBC Weekly Honors

Date 8/31 9/8 9/14 9/21 9/28 10/5 10/12 10/19 10/26 11/2

Player of the Week Specialist of the Week Jessica Howard, ASU Kristin Standhardinger, AASU Meg Weathersby, Flagler Kristin Standhardinger, AASU Katy Handrick, Montevallo Ashley Zappitell, ASU Meg Weathersby, Flagler Anna Garrison, Montevallo Katie Beale, Flagler Chelsey Corgan, Lander Kathrin Standhardinger, AASU Ashley Zappitell, ASU Jessica Howard, ASU Anna Garrison, Montevallo Melissa McCracken, Lander Kristin Standhardinger, AASU Melissa McCracken, Lander Ashley Ferry, Lander Michele Remlinger, AASU Anna Garrison, Montevallo

AASU In PBC/NCAA Statistics Hitting Percentage: .221, 1st (49th NCAA) Assists per Set: 11.65, 2nd Opponents Hitting %: .127, 1st Digs per Set: 15.94, 3rd Blocks per Set: 1.92, 4th Kills per Set: 12.83, 2nd (48th NCAA) Service Aces per Game: 1.57, 5th

The Pirates led the PBC in hitting percentage again in 2009


2010 PBC Opponents Augusta State

Flagler

Francis Marion

@Sat., Sept. 25 2:00 p.m. Sat., Oct. 16 2:00 p.m.

@Wed., Sept. 29 7:00 p.m. Wed., Nov. 3 7:00 p.m.

Fri., Oct. 1 7:00 p.m. @Fri., Nov. 5 7:00 p.m.

Lander Fri., Sept. 17 7:00 p.m. @Fri., Oct. 29 7:00 p.m.

Location: Augusta, GA Enrollment: 6,700 Nickname: Jaguars Colors: Royal Blue, White 2009 Record: 22-12 Peach Belt: 9-5 / 3rd Series: AASU leads 39-15

Location: St. Augustine, FL Enrollment: 2,369 Nickname: Saints Colors: Maroon and Gold 2009 Record: 36-9 Peach Belt: 13-1 / 1st Series: AASU leads 12-5

Location: Florence, SC Enrollment: 4,075 Nickname: Patriots Colors: Red, White & Blue 2009 Record: 11-20 Peach Belt: 3-11 / 7th Series: AASU leads 25-22

Location: Greenwood, SC Enrollment: 3,000 Nickname: Bearcats Colors: Royal Blue & Gold 2009 Record: 18-15 Peach Belt: 5-9 / t5th Series: AASU leads 28-1

Head Coach: Sharon Bonaventure Phone: (706) 667-4766 SID: Joey Warren Phone: (706) 731-7925 Fax: (706) 737-1782 Web: www.aug.edu

Head Coach: Taylor Mott Phone: (904) 819-6376 SID: John Jordan Phone: (904) 819-6465 Fax: (904) 810-2369 Web: www.flaglerathletics.com

Head Coach: Paul MacDonald Phone: (843) 661-1246 SID: Michael Hawkins Phone: (843) 661-1222 Fax: (843) 661-4645 Web: www.fmupatriots.com

Head Coach: Carla Decker Phone: (864) 388-8963 SID: Bob Stoner Phone: (864) 388-8962 Fax: (864) 388-8889 Web: www.landerbearcats.com

Montevallo

UNC Pembroke

USC Aiken

@Fri., Sept. 24 7:00 p.m. Fri., Oct. 15 7:00 p.m.

Sat., Oct. 2 3:00 p.m. @Sat., Nov. 6 3:00 p.m.

Sat., Sept. 18 2:00 p.m. @Sat., Oct. 30 2:00 p.m.

Peach Belt Year-By-Year Champions

Location: Montevallo, AL Enrollment: 3,200 Nickname: Falcons Colors: Purple and Gold 2009 Record: 20-14 Peach Belt: 8-6 / 4th Series: AASU leads 4-0

Location: Pembroke, NC Enrollment: 6,600 Nickname: Braves Colors: Black and Gold 2009 Record: 11-21 Peach Belt: 2-12 / 8th Series: AASU leads 31-8

Location: Aiken, SC Enrollment: 3,250 Nickname: Pacers Colors: Cardinal, Navy & White 2009 Record: 15-18 Peach Belt: 5-9 / t5th Series: AASU leads 25-23

Head Coach: Katie O’Brien Phone: (205) 665-6598 SID: Sean Forrester Phone: (205) 665-6606 Fax: (205) 665-6587 Web: www.montevallofalcons.com

Head Coach: Jeff Billington Phone: (910) 775-4117 VB SID: Colin Bonnicksen Phone: (910) 775-4118 Fax: (910) 521-6540 Web: www.uncpbraves.com

Head Coach: Glenn Cox Phone: (803) 641-3373 VB SID: Milledge Austin Phone: (803) 641-3365 Fax: (803) 641-3759 Web: www.pacersports.com

Savannah State

Valdosta State

West Georgia

@Tues., Sept. 7 7:00 p.m. Tues., Nov. 9 7:00 p.m.

@Tues., Sept. 14 6:00 p.m. Wed., Oct. 13 6:00 p.m.

Sat., Sept. 11 12:30 p.m. @Tues., Oct. 5 6:00 p.m.

Location: Savannah, GA Enrollment: 3,500 Nickname: Tigers Colors: Orange and Blue 2009 Record: 11-19 Series: AASU leads 24-4

Location: Valdosta, GA Enrollment: 13,100 Nickname: Blazers Colors: Red and Black 2009 Record: 22-14 Series: AASU leads 2-1

Head Coach: Malik Jones Phone: (912) 351-3455 VB SID: Trina Samuels Phone: (912) 358-3448 Fax: (912) 353-5287 Web: www.ssuathletics.com

Head Coach: Sia Poyer Phone: (229) 333-5894 VB SID: Joshua Flanagan Phone: (229) 245-4390 Fax: (229) 333-5972 Web: www.vstateblazers.com

The Pirates play 13 home matches in 2010

Location: Carrollton, GA Enrollment: 10,250 Nickname: Wolves Colors: Blue and Red 2009 Record: 10-20 Gulf South: 1-9 / 6th East Series: AASU leads 12-3

Head Coach: Gary Lee Phone: (678) 839-4621 VB SID: Matt Cooke Phone: (678) 839-6544 Fax: (678) 839-6543 Web: www.uwgsports.com

1991............ USC Aiken 1992............ USC Aiken 1993............ USC Spartanburg 1994............ USC Spartanburg 1995............ USC Aiken 1996............ Francis Marion 1997............ North Florida 1998............ FMU & UNF 1999............ North Florida 2000............ North Florida 2001............ North Florida 2002............ North Florida 2003............ North Florida 2004............ North Florida 2005............ Armstrong Atlantic 2006............ AASU, USC Aiken and Francis Marion 2007............ USC Aiken 2008............ Armstrong Atlantic 2009............ Flagler

Composite Peach Belt W-L Records

Flagler.....................13-1 AASU......................138-74 USC Aiken..............126-86 Montevallo..............8-6 Francis Marion........114-98 Augusta State..........55-157 UNC Pembroke.......50-158 Lander.....................38-119

.929 .651 .594 .571 .538 .259 .240 .242

23


2010 Opponents 2010 Catwaba Invitational

2010 Mount Olive Classic

Friday, September 3 - Saturday, September 4 Salisbury, N.C.

Friday, October 22 - Saturday, October 23 Mount Olive, N.C.

Lenoir-Rhyne

Location: Hickory, NC Nickname: Bears Affiliation: NCAA II 2009 Record: 19-15 SAC: 5-11 / 7th

Pfeiffer

Location: Misenheimer, NC Nickname: Falcons Affiliation: NCAA II 2009 Record: 22-23 Conf. Carolinas: 15-3 / 2nd

Shippensburg

Location: Shippensburg, PA Nickname: Red Raiders Affiliation: NCAA II 2009 Record: 16-19 PSAC: 8-11 / 3rd East

Friday, September 10 - Saturday, September 11 Savannah, Ga.

Friday, September 10

12:30 p.m. AASU vs. Rollins (Court 1) Alabama-Huntsville vs. Florida Tech (Court 2) 2:30 p.m. West Georgia vs. Florida Southern (Court 1) North Alabama vs. Augusta State (Court 2) 4:30 p.m. AASU vs. Alabama-Huntsville (Court 1) Rollins vs. Flagler (Court 2) 7 p.m. North Alabama vs. Florida Southern (Court 1) West Georgia vs. Flagler (Court 2) Augusta State vs. Florida Tech (Court 3)

Saturday, September 12

10 a.m. Augusta State vs. Florida Southern (Court 1) North Alabama vs. Flagler (Court 2) Alabama-Huntsville vs. Rollins (Court 3) 12:30 p.m. AASU vs. West Georgia (Court 1) Alabama-Huntsville vs. Augusta State (Court 2) 2:30 p.m. North Alabama vs. Rollins (Court 1) West Georgia vs. Florida Tech (Court 2) 4:30 p.m. AASU vs. Florida Southern (Court 1) Flagler vs. Florida Tech (Court 2) Location: Winter Park, FL. Nickname: Tars Affiliation: NCAA II 2009 Record: 15-20 Sunshine State: 2-14 / 9th

Alabama-Huntsville

Location: Huntsville, AL Nickname: Chargers Affiliation: NCAA II 2009 Record: 8-28 Gulf South: 2-8 / 5th East

Florida Southern

Location: Lakeland, FL Nickname: Mocs Affiliation: NCAA II 2009 Record: 14-18 Sunshine State: 5-11 / 7th

24

St. Augustine’s

Location: Raleigh, NC Nickname: Falcons Affiliation: NCAA II 2009 Record: 18-15 CIAA: 13-5 / 3rd West

Mount Olive

Catawba

Location: Mount Olive, NC Nickname: Trojans Affiliation: NCAA II 2009 Record: 13-29 Conf. Carolinas: 12-6 / t4th

Location: Salisbury, NC Nickname: Indians Affiliation: NCAA II 2009 Record: 17-12 SAC: 9-7 / 4th

2010 AASU Pirate Volleyball Classic

Rollins

Fayetteville State

Location: Fayetteville, NC Nickname: Broncos Affiliation: NCAA II 2009 Record: 16-8 CIAA: 12-2 / 2nd West

2010 Rollins Crossover Sunday, October 10 Winter Park, Fla.

Merrimack

Location: North Andover, MA Nickname: Warriors Affiliation: NCAA II 2009 Record: 21-11 NE-10: 8-7 / 10th

Florida Tech

Location: Melbourne, FL Nickname: Panthers Affiliation: NCAA II 2009 Record: 12-15 Sunshine State: 3-13 / 8th

2010 Peach Belt Conference Championships

Friday, November 12 - Sunday, October 14 Savannah, Ga.

Friday, November 12 First Round Matches

Saturday, November 13 PBC Semifinals

Sunday, November 14 PBC Championship Match

Armstrong Atlantic State hosts the 2010 Peach Belt Conference Volleyball Championships for the first time since 2004. All eight Peach Belt volleyball schools will descend upon Savannah to battle for the 2010 PBC Tournament title and an automatic berth into the 2010 NCAA Volleyball Championships. Flagler is the defending tournament champion. Fans can follow along with all the action of the 2010 PBC Volleyball Championships, including live webcasts and live statistics, on www.peachbelt.com as well as www.aasupirates.com !

The AASU Pirate Volleyball Classic is in its 12th straight year


AASU Individual Records - Career Sets Played

Service Aces

Assists

1. Sarah Haynes, 1999-2002.................... 496 2. Traci Knuth, 2003-06........................... 493 3. Erin Melius, 1999-2002....................... 485 4. Sofie Hakansson, 1999-2002............... 483 5. Christina Flores, 2003-06..................... 452 6. Tracy Fowler, 1994-97......................... 429 7. Candice Modlinski, 2001-04................ 421 8. Rindy Vidovich, 2004-08..................... 418 9. Nicole Yates, 2006-09.......................... 407 10. Darcey Krug, 2001-04......................... 389

1. Erin Melius, 1999-2002....................... 5582 2. Amanda Shelton, 1995-97................... 2582 3. Margaret Thornton, 2004-06................ 2400 4. Hannah Segebart, 2007-08................... 2088 5. Christine Ladewski, 1997-98............... 1715 6. Hui Gibbs, 1992, 1994......................... 1653 7. Kristin Standhardinger, 2009............... 1363 8. Stacy Yates, 2005-06............................ 1271 9. Jennifer Grundy, 1991-94.................... 1073 10. Kelly Asbury, 2003.............................. 812

1. Sofie Hakansson, 1999-2002...............244 2. Erin Melius, 1999-2002.......................201 3. Tracy Fowler, 1994-97.........................177 4. Candice Modlinski, 2001-04................175 5. Margaret Thornton, 2004-06................143 6. Koreena Kaminski, 1991-92................136 7. Sarah Haynes, 1999-2002....................131 Christina Flores, 2003-06.....................131 9. Traci Knuth, 2003-06...........................130 10. Amanda Shelton, 1995-97...................122

Total Blocks

Kills 1. Traci Knuth, 2003-06........................... 1409 2. Sarah Haynes, 1999-2002.................... 1383 3. Sofie Hakansson, 1999-2002............... 1265 4. Tracy Fowler, 1994-97......................... 1087 5. Candice Modlinski, 2001-04................ 1063 6. Rindy Vidovich, 2004-08..................... 1024 7. Sherrene Benedict, 1992-93................. 939 8. Christina Flores, 2003-06..................... 933 9. Darcey Krug, 2001-04......................... 888 10. Ashley Lavender, 2001-04................... 826

Kills Per Set (Min. 150 SP) 1. Nicole Smith, 1993-94.........................4.47 2. Sherrene Benedict, 1992-93.................3.68 3. Koreena Kaminski, 1991-92................3.51 4. Lindsay Ehlers, 1999-2000..................3.32 5. Traci Knuth, 2003-2006.......................2.86 6. Sarah Haynes, 1999-2002....................2.78 7. Micah Roman, 1999-2000...................2.72 8. Sofie Hakansson, 1999-2002...............2.62 9. Kris Bringewatt, 1999-2000.................2.57 10. Tracy Fowler, 1994-97.........................2.53 Candice Modlinski, 2001-04................2.53

Hitting % (Min. 500 Kills) 1. Michele Remlinger, 2008-09............... .354 2. Nicole Smith, 1993-94......................... .347 3. Kris Bringewatt, 1999-2000................. .319 4. Sarah Haynes, 1999-2002.................... .300 5. Sherrene Benedict, 1992-93................. .281 6. Traci Knuth, 2003-06........................... .278 7. Sofie Hakansson, 1999-2002............... .274 8. Lindsay Ehlers, 1999-2000.................. .271 Candice Modlinski, 2001-04................ .271 10. Koreena Kaminski, 1991-92................ .245

Erin Melius

Tracy Fowler

Digs 1. Christina Flores, 2003-06..................... 1541 2. Tracy Fowler, 1994-97......................... 1360 3. Sofie Hakansson, 1999-2002............... 1301 4. Traci Knuth, 2003-06........................... 1169 5. Nicole Yates, 2006-09.......................... 1059 6. Erin Melius, 1999-2002....................... 1054 7. Casey Howett, 2008-........................... 1018 8. Sarah Haynes, 1999-2002.................... 985 9. Rindy Vidovich, 2004-08..................... 961 10. Ashley Lavender, 2001-04................... 879

1. Traci Knuth, 2003-06...........................536 2. Candice Modlinski, 2001-04................425 3. Sarah Haynes, 1999-2002....................420 4. Christy Johansen, 1991-92...................403 5. Darcey Krug, 2001-04.........................371 6. Rindy Vidovich, 2004-08.....................288 7. Leah Schmiedge, 2005-06...................284 8. Christy Spires, 1997-98.......................258 9. Lauren Good, 2003-06.........................252 10. Sofie Hakansson, 1999-2002...............229

Blocks Per Set (Min. 150 GP) 1. Christy Johansen, 1991-92...................1.77 2. Leah Schmiedge, 2005-06...................1.17 3. Christy Spires, 1997-98.......................1.15 4. Nicole Smith, 1993-94.........................1.09 Traci Knuth, 2003-06...........................1.09 6. Candice Modlinski, 2001-04................1.01 7. Darcey Krug, 2001-04.........................0.95 8. Kris Bringewatt, 1999-2000.................0.90 9. Sarah Haynes, 1999-2002....................0.85 10. Rachel Falco, 2005-06.........................0.84

Digs Per Set (Min. 150 SP)

1. Casey Howett, 2008-........................... 3.92 2. Christina Flores, 2003-06..................... 3.41 3. Adriana Miller, 2005-06...................... 3.37 4. Tracy Fowler, 1994-97......................... 3.17 5. Sherrene Benedict, 1992-93................. 3.10 Micah Roman, 1999-2000................... 3.10 7. Torrie Bevolo, 2008-........................... 2.99 8. Koreena Kaminski, 1991-92................ 2.84 9. Lindsay Ehlers, 1999-2000.................. 2.78 10. Colleen Fitzsimons, 1999-2000........... 2.74

All-Time AASU Coaching Records Coach

Roger Hansen William Buckley Carol Wilson Alvin Jones Carol Meegan B.J. Ford Alan Segal Will Condon OVERALL

Years

W-L

Pct.

1986-88 10-41 .196 1989-90 6-27 .182 1991-92 42-25 .627 1993 17-19 .472 1994-98 69-69 .500 1998 7-22 .241 1999-2007 233-104 .691 2008- 55-17 .764 25 Years 439-324 .575 Most Wins, Single Season: 36, Alan Segal (1999) Best Winning Percentage, Single Season: 36-5, .878, Alan Segal (1999) Most Losses, Single Season: 27, Carol Meegan (1995) Lowest Winning Percentage, Single Season: 2-22, .083, Roger Hansen (1986)

Nicole Smith

Michele Remlinger hit a school-record .354 in her career as a Pirate

25


AASU Individual Records - Season Games Played

Assists

1. Allyson Ray, 2007................................ 139 Nicole Yates, 2007............................... 139 3. Sarah Haynes, 2000............................. 136 4. Christy Johansen, 1992........................ 133 Jennifer Grundy, 1993.......................... 133 Sara Stroud, 1993................................. 133 7. Erin Melius, 2002................................. 132 Sofie Hakansson, 2000......................... 132 9. Seven tied with..................................... 131

1. Erin Melius, 2002................................. 1708 2. Erin Melius, 2000................................. 1417 3. Erin Melius, 2001................................. 1397 4. Kristin Standhardinger, 2009............... 1363 5. Hannah Segebart, 2008........................1227 6. Amanda Shelton, 1996.........................1107 7. Erin Melius, 1999.................................1060 8. Amanda Shelton, 1995.........................991 9. Hui Gibbs, 1992...................................964 10. Christine Ladewski, 1998....................876

Kills

Digs

1. Nicole Smith, 1994.............................. 620 2. Sherrene Benedict, 1992...................... 494 3. Andrea Jany, 1996................................ 483 4. Koreena Kaminski, 1992..................... 452 5. Sherrene Benedict, 1993...................... 445 6. Sofie Hakansson, 2002......................... 440 7. Meike Behrensen, 1997....................... 430 8. Sofie Hakansson, 2001......................... 415 9. Sarah Haynes, 2001............................. 406 10. Torrie Bevolo, 2008............................ 393

Kills Per Set 1. Nicole Smith, 1994.............................. 5.49 2. Andrea Jany, 1996................................ 4.51 3. Sherrene Benedict, 1992...................... 3.86 4. Meike Behrensen, 1997....................... 3.77 5. Lindsay Ehlers, 1999........................... 3.58 6. Koreena Kaminski, 1991..................... 3.52 7. Koreena Kaminski, 1992..................... 3.50 Sherrene Benedict, 1993...................... 3.50 9. Betsy Richardson, 1996....................... 3.46 10. Sofie Hakansson, 2002......................... 3.44

Hitting Percentage 1. Andrea Jany, 1996................................ .444 2. Kathrin Standhardinger, 2009.............. .390 3. Nicole Smith, 1994.............................. .381 4. Michele Remlinger, 2009..................... .357 5. Michele Remlinger, 2008..................... .352 6. Kris Bringewatt, 1999.......................... .337 7. Candice Modlinski, 2004..................... .335 8. Sarah Haynes, 2000............................. .333 9. Monika Beldzinska, 1998.................... .314 10. Sandra Gluchy, 1997............................ .307

1. Nicole Yates, 2007............................... 572 2. Casey Howett, 2009............................ 526 3. Casey Howett, 2008............................ 492 4. Christina Flores, 2004.......................... 440 5. Sofie Hakansson, 2001......................... 428 6. Koreena Kaminski, 1992..................... 422 7. Torrie Bevolo, 2008............................ 419 8. Sherrene Benedict, 1993...................... 404 9. Micah Roman, 2000............................. 400 10. Andrea Jany, 1996................................ 388 Tracy Fowler, 1997.............................. 388

Digs Per Set

1. Nicole Yates, 2007............................... 4.12 2. Casey Howett, 2009............................ 3.95 3. Casey Howett, 2008............................ 3.87 4. Christina Flores, 2006.......................... 3.82 5. Adriana Miller, 2006............................ 3.70 6. Andrea Jany, 1996................................ 3.63 7. Brendyce Budd, 2007......................... 3.62 8. Christina Flores, 2004.......................... 3.61 9. Sandra Gluchy, 1997............................ 3.42 10. Tracy Fowler, 1997.............................. 3.40

Service Aces

Total Blocks 1. Christy Johansen, 1992........................226 2. Christy Johansen, 1991........................177 3. Monika Beldzinska, 1998....................154 4. Candice Modlinski, 2003.....................152 5. Andrea Jany, 1996................................148 6. Traci Knuth, 2005................................145 7. Traci Knuth, 2003................................144 Leah Schmiedge, 2006.........................144 9. Leah Schmiedge, 2005.........................140 10. Traci Knuth, 2004................................139

Amanda Shelton

Candice Modlinski

Total Blocks Per Set 1. Christy Johansen, 1991........................1.86 2. Christy Johansen, 1992........................1.70 3. Kate Schuchardt, 1991.........................1.42 4. Andrea Jany, 1996................................1.38 5. Monika Beldzinska, 1998....................1.36 6. Nicole Smith, 1993..............................1.34 7. Candice Modlinski, 2004.....................1.27 8. Candice Modlinski, 2003.....................1.26 9. Leah Schmiedge, 2005.........................1.19 10. Christy Spires, 1997.............................1.16 Traci Knuth, 2003................................1.16 Traci Knuth, 2005................................1.16

1. Sofie Hakansson, 2001.........................84 2. Koreena Kaminski, 1992.....................83 3. Erin Melius, 2002.................................79 4. Sofie Hakansson, 2002.........................67 Amanda Shelton, 1995.........................67 6. Tracy Fowler, 1996..............................59 7. Micah Roman, 2000.............................58 8. Margaret Thornton, 2006.....................57 9. Andrea Jany, 1996................................56 10. Candice Modlinski, 2003.....................55

AASU Team Single-Season Records Kills

2,101, 2002

Total Attacks 5,192, 2004

Attack Percentage

542, 1992

Assists

2,051, 2008

Digs

.259, 2002

2,549, 2007

Service Aces

Victories

355, 1992

26

Total Blocks

36, 1999

Sherrene Benedict

AASU set a new team assist record in 2008 with 2,051


AASU Individual Match Records Most

Kills - 3 Set Match

41, Andrea Jany at SCAD, 9/17/96 27, Nicole Smith at West Georgia, 10/9/94 22, Koreena Kaminski at Augusta State, 10/5/91 22, Nicole Smith vs. Mars Hill, 10/8/94 21, Nicole Smith vs. Augusta State, 10/1/94 21, Lindsay Ehlers vs. Mars Hill, 9/10/99 21, Nicole Smith vs. Columbia, 10/30/94 20, Koreena Kaminski at Augusta State, 11/8/91 20, Micah Roman vs. Saginaw Valley St., 9/1/00 20, Andrea Jany vs. USC Aiken, 10/15/96

Best Hitting % - Min. 10 Att.

Most Kills - 4 Set Match

35, Nicole Smith vs. Francis Marion, 9/30/94 33, Sherrene Benedict at FMU, 11/14/92 33, Nicole Smith vs. UNC Pembroke, 10/1/94 29, Sherrene Benedict vs. USC Aiken, 11/6/93 31, Betsy Richardson vs. Elon, 9/28/96 28, Tracy Fowler vs. Francis Marion, 9/29/95 30, Nicole Smith vs. High Point, 9/24/94 28, Nicole Smith vs. UNC Pembroke, 9/24/94 29, Sherrene Benedict vs. Augusta State, 11/14/92 27, Lindsay Ehlers vs. Western State, 8/25/00 28, Nicole Smith at USC Aiken, 10/11/94 26, Koreena Kaminski vs. Paine, 9/23/91 28, Koreena Kaminski vs. Bentley, 9/26/92 26, Sherrene Benedict vs. Tusculum, 10/29/93 28, Tracy Fowler vs. Elon, 9/28/96 26, Betsy Richardson at Augusta St., 9/26/96 27, Nicole Smith vs. USC Aiken, 9/30/94 26, Gwen Clarke vs. Augusta St., 11/10/07 26, Nicole Smith vs. Francis Marion, 11/12/94 25, Andrea Jany at Augusta St., 9/26/96 25, Rindy Vidovich at USC Aiken, 9/27/08 25, Brendyce Budd vs. Saint Leo, 9/12/008

Best Hitting % - Min. 20 Att.

.818 (9-0/11) Cindy Pound at Voorhees, 9/14/92 .778 (14-0/18) Michele Remlinger at CAU, 9/16/08 .769 (10-0/13) Sarah Haynes vs. Rollins, 10/14/00 .769 (10-0/13) Sarah Haynes vs. USCA, 11/10/00 .765 (14-1/17) Michele Remlinger vs. SAPC, 10/24/09 .750 (9-0/12) Sherrene Benedict at Voorhees, 9/14/92 .737 (16-2/19) Nicole Smith vs. FVSU, 10/21/94 .733 (12-1/15) Darcey Krug at Coker, 9/18/04 .722 (14-1/18) Kris Bringewatt vs. FMU, 11/12/99 .706 (14-2/17) K. Kaminski vs. Voorhees, 10/1/91

.727 (16-0/22) Sarah Haynes vs. W. Georgia, 9/9/00 .708 (17-0/24) Sarah Haynes vs. ASU, 10/21/00 .700 (16-2/20) Sherrene Benedict vs. ASU, 9/25/93 .679 (21-2/28) Nicole Smith vs. Columbia, 10/30/94 .679 (19-0/28) Nicole Smith vs. West Ga., 9/25/94 .621 (18-0/29) Michele Remlinger at Flagler, 10/15/08 .607 (18-1/28) Sofie Hakansson vs. Lander, 9/28/02 .600 (14-2/20) Traci Knuth vs. Christian Bros., 9/5/03 .577 (18-3/26) Koreena Kaminski vs. Lee, 10/3/92 .577 (17-2/26) Sarah Haynes vs. Harding, 9/20/02

9, Margaret Thornton vs. Converse, 9/18/04 8, Erin Melius vs. Pfeiffer, 8/30/02 8, Erin Melius vs. Georgia Southwestern, 9/4/02 8, Allyson Ray vs. North Greenville, 9/22/07 7, Candice Modlinski vs. Augusta State, 10/30/04 7, Angie Michel vs. Augusta State, 9/25/93 7, Stacy Yates vs. Western State, 8/26/05 11 tied with 6 - Last time: Christina Flores vs. Lander, 11/5/05

9, Koreena Kaminski vs. Troy State, 9/26/92 8, Koreena Kaminski vs. SCAD, 9/23/92 8, Erin Melius vs. North Florida, 11/13/99 7, Michelle Cope vs. Francis Marion, 11/12/94 7, Amanda Shelton vs. Flagler, 10/3/95 6, Koreena Kaminski vs. LaGrange, 10/25/91 6, Sara Stroud at Albany State, 9/28/93 6, Tracy Fowler vs. Wofford, 9/24/94 6, Kelly Wertz at Fort Valley State, 9/25/95 6, Sarah Haynes at West Georgia, 8/25/01 6, Candice Modlinski at Catawba, 10/19/01 6, Sofie Hakansson at Catawba, 10/19/01

Service Aces - 3 Set Match

Assists - 3 Set Match

60, Kelly Asbury vs. Colorado Christian, 9/6/03 59, Erin Melius vs. Mars Hill, 9/10/99 58, Erin Melius vs. Harding, 9/20/02 56, Erin Melius vs. Saginaw Valley St., 9/1/00 48, Colleen Fitzsimons vs. SCAD, 9/28/99 48, Erin Melius at North Florida, 11/10/99 48, Erin Melius vs. USC Upstate, 9/28/01 47, Kelly Asbury vs. Catawba, 9/13/03 46, Erin Melius vs. Presbyterian, 9/5/99 46, Colleen Fitzsimons at Augusta St., 10/13/99

Digs - 3 Set Match

29, Micah Roman vs. Mars Hill, 9/10/99 26, Nicole Yates vs. UNC Pembroke, 10/19/07 25, Andrea Jany at North Florida, 9/11/96 25, Nicole Yates vs. St. Andrews, 10/27/07 23, Hui Gibbs vs. Francis Marion, 11/14/92 23, Nicole Yates at Lander, 11/2/07 22, Kara Jerden vs. Catawba, 9/7/07 21, Angie Michel at Charleston Sthrn., 10/5/93 21, Tracy Fowler vs. Saint Leo, 9/15/95 21, Micah Roman vs. Saint Leo, 9/10/99 21, Sofie Hakansson vs. Harding, 9/20/02 21, Rindy Vidovich vs. Francis Marion, 5/12/05 21, Casey Howett vs. Lincoln Memorial, 11/20/09

Most Kills - 5 Set Match

Service Aces - 4 Set Match

Assists - 4 Set Match

76, Amanda Shelton vs. SCUP, 9/14/96 70, Erin Melius at Catawba, 10/19/01 69, Christine Ladewski at SCUP, 9/13/97 67, Christine Ladewski vs. Augusta St., 10/28/97 67, Erin Melius vs. USC Upstate, 11/16/00 65, Shannon Tracey at USC Upstate, 11/14/03 64, Hui Gibbs vs. Francis Marion, 9/30/94 64, Erin Melius vs. Augusta State, 11/15/02 63, Erin Melius at USC Upstate, 10/26/02 62, Erin Melius vs. Florida Tech, 10/15/01 59, Erin Melius vs. West Georgia, 9/18/99 59, Erin Melius vs. Catawba, 9/14/02

Digs - 4 Set Match

31, Micah Roman vs. Barry, 9/1/00 30, Tracy Fowler vs. USC Upstate, 9/14/96 30, Christina Flores at Lander, 10/6/06 29, Andrea Jany vs. USCS, 9/14/96 28, Kinsey Ross vs. Florida Tech, 10/15/01 27, Tracy Fowler vs. Elon, 9/29/96 27, Casey Howett at Lander, 10/7/08 26, Sherrene Benedict vs. North Florida, 10/9/92 26, Colleen Fitzsimons vs. North Fla., 11/13/99 26, Adriana Miller vs. Francis Marion, 10/27/06

Andrea Jany’s 41 kills are an NCAA DII three-set match record

Best Hitting % - Min. 30 Att. .645 (20-0/31) Sofie Hakansson vs. FT, 10/15/01 .545 (28-4/44) K. Kaminski vs. Bentley, 9/26/92 .545 (19-1/33) Michele Remlinger vs. LU, 11/21/08 .543 (21-2/35) Lindsay Ehlers vs. MHC, 9/10/99 .500 (23-2/42) Nicole Smith vs. SAPC, 9/10/94 .500 (18-2/32) Lindsay Ehlers at ASU, 10/13/99 .500 (19-3/32) Rindy Vidovich vs. WGA, 10/18/08 .489 (27-5/45) Nicole Smith vs. USCA, 9/30/94 .474 (19-1/38) Shelley Weekes vs. FSC, 9/13/02 .474 (19-1/38) Gwen Clarke vs. Lander, 9/21/07

Service Aces - 5 Set Match 6, Koreena Kaminski vs. PBAC, 10/16/92 6, Koreena Kaminski vs. FMU, 11/14/92 6, Nicole Smith vs. PBAC, 9/16/93 6, Kara Jerden at Alabama-Huntsville, 9/15/07 5, Nicole Smith vs. Alabama State, 10/1/93 5, Keila Nelson vs. North Alabama, 9/22/95 5, Sarah Haynes vs. Western State, 8/25/00 5, Micah Roman vs. North Florida, 10/25/00 5, Micah Roman at USC Upstate, 10/28/00 5, Kara Jerden at Christian Brothers, 8/24/07 4, several times

Assists - 5 Set Match

73, Amanda Shelton vs. UNCP, 9/30/95 71, Hannah Segebart vs. LMU, 11/22/09 70, Hannah Segebart vs. Lander, 11/21/09 67, Erin Melius vs. Western State, 8/25/00 64, Hannah Segebart vs. Flagler, 10/10/07 63, Amanda Shelton vs. FMU, 9/29/95 63, Kelly Asbury vs. Fla. Southern, 9/12/03 61, Erin Melius vs. Florida Tech, 9/18/99 60, Hannah Segebart at USC Aiken, 9/27/08 59, Amanda Shelton at Augusta State, 9/26/96 59, Kristin Standhardinger vs. Catawba, 9/5/09

Digs - 5 Set Match

39, Koreena Kaminski at FMU, 9/25/91 34, Nicole Yates at Anderson, 9/23/07 33, Sara Stroud vs. Tusculum, 10/29/93 33, Sara Stroud vs. Tusculum, 10/29/93 32, Melanie Methe vs. Tusculum, 10/29/93 30, Christina Flores at Francis Marion, 11/2/04 29, Melanie Methe vs. USC Aiken, 10/30/93 29, Sara Stroud vs. USC Aiken, 10/30/93 29, Casey Howett at USC Aiken, 9/27/08 28, Melanie Methe vs. USC Aiken, 11/6/93 28, Christina Flores vs. Winona State, 4/1/05

27


AASU Team Match Records Most Kills - 3 Set Match 68 vs. Colorado Christian, 9/6/03 64 vs. Harding, 9/20/02 63 vs. Mars Hill, 9/10/99 61 vs. Saginaw Valley State, 9/1/00 60 vs. USC Upstate, 10/17/99 59 vs. SCAD, 9/28/99 58 vs. Tusculum, 10/20/01 57 vs. Belhaven, 9/25/07 56, four times. Last: vs. USC Upstate, 10/8/04

Most Kills - 4 Set Match 81 at Catawba, 10/19/01 79 vs. Augusta State, 11/14/92 77 vs. Francis Marion, 9/30/94 77 at USC Upstate, 11/14/03 76 vs. USC Upstate, 11/16/00 74 vs. High Point 9/24/94 73 vs. Catawba, 9/14/02 73 vs. Augusta State, 11/15/02 72 vs. Lander, 9/28/02 71 vs. Augusta State, 10/21/06

Best Hitting % - 3 Set Match .581 (20-2/31) at Voorhees, 10/14/91 .508 (37-6/61) at Voorhees, 9/14/92 .505 (50-2/95) at UNC Pembroke, 10/22/05 .492 (41-10/63) vs. Augusta State, 9/25/93 .489 (50-5/92) vs. UNC Pembroke, 9/24/05 .486 (23-5/37) vs. Millsaps, 10/3/92 .464 (55-10/97) at Coker, 9/18/04 .456 (41-5/79) at Clark Atlanta, 9/16/08 .454 (50-10/88) vs. Rollins, 10/14/00 .452 (38-10/62) at Albany State, 9/28/93

Service Aces - 3 Set Match

20 at Savannah State, 9/23/91 20 vs. Savannah State, 9/4/99 18 vs. NC Central, 8/31/02 17 at Florida Tech, 10/14/06 16, eight times

Assists - 3 Set Match 65 vs. Colorado Christian, 9/6/03 62 vs. Mars Hill, 9/10/99 59 vs. Saginaw Valley State, 9/1/00 58 vs. Harding, 9/20/02 55 vs. Belhaven, 8/25/07 54 at North Florida, 11/10/99 54 vs. Fort Valley State, 8/24/01 54 vs. USC Upstate, 10/8/04 53 vs. USC Upstate, 10/17/99 53 vs. Catawba, 9/13/03 53 at Coker, 9/18/04 53 vs. Harding, 8/26/05 53 vs. West Georgia, 9/18/05

Digs - 3 Set Match 91 vs. Colorado Christian, 9/6/03 87 vs. UNC Pembroke, 10/19/07 86 vs. St. Andrews, 10/27/07 83 vs. Francis Marion, 11/14/92 82 vs. Catawba, 9/7/07 81 vs. Harding, 9/20/02 81 at Lander, 9/26/03 81 at Lander, 11/5/04 80 at Lander, 11/2/07 78 at Augusta State, 10/27/93 78 vs. Barton, 9/22/07

28

Best Hitting % - 4 Set Match .448 (52-9/96) at Paine, 10/1/93 .419 (70-13/136) vs. Bentley, 9/26/92 .389 (58-14/113) vs. Cal State Chico, 8/26/00 .363 (79-21/160) vs. Augusta State, 11/14/92 .352 (56-13/122) vs. USC Aiken, 10/31/09 .331 (67-16/154) vs. USC Upstate, 11/4/05 .321 (74-24/156) vs. High Point, 9/24/94 .320 (56-15/128) vs. Bridgeport, 9/5/08 .318 (72-23/154) vs. Lander, 9/28/02 .316 (76-21/174) vs. USC Upstate, 11/16/00

Service Aces - 4 Set Match

21 vs. LaGrange, 10/25/91 17 vs. SCAD, 9/23/92 17 vs. Troy State, 9/26/92 17 vs. Francis Marion, 10/5/01 16 vs. Valdosta State, 8/24/01 15 vs. Albany State, 10/1/93 15 at Paine, 10/1/93 15 vs. Augusta State, 11/12/94 15 vs. Saint Leo, 9/8/01 15 vs. Saginaw Valley State, 9/2/05

Assists - 4 Set Match 76 vs. USC Upstate, 9/14/96 75 vs. Francis Marion, 9/30/94 74 at Catawba, 10/19/01 69 at USC Upstate, 9/13/97 69 vs. Lander, 9/28/02 69 vs. Augusta State, 11/15/02 69 at USC Upstate, 11/14/03 68 vs. USC Upstate, 11/16/00 67 vs. Augusta State, 10/28/97 67 vs. Florida Tech, 10/15/01 67 vs. Catawba, 9/14/02

Digs - 4 Set Match 123 vs. North Florida, 11/13/99 122 at Lander, 10/6/06 110 vs. North Alabama, 10/30/93 107 vs. Florida Tech, 10/15/01 104 vs. Augusta State, 11/14/92 103 vs. Southeastern Oklahoma, 8/26/06 102 vs. USC Upstate, 10/27/01 99 vs. Barry, 9/8/00 98 at Lander, 10/7/08 96 vs. Lander, 9/21/07

Most Kills - 5 Set Match 89 vs. UNC Pembroke, 9/30/95 78 vs. Francis Marion, 9/29/95 78 vs. Augusta State, 10/10/07 77 at Francis Marion, 9/28/07 77 vs. Lander, 11/21/08 76 vs. USC Aiken, 11/6/93 76 vs. Lincoln Memorial, 11/22/08 75 vs. SCAD, 11/3/93 75 at Francis Marion, 11/14/92 74 vs. Tusculum, 10/29/93 74 vs. Florida Southern, 9/12/03

Best Hitting % - 5 Set Match .344 (62-40/128) vs. PBAC, 10/16/92 .309 (44-14/97) vs. SCAD, 9/21/94 .289 (75-25/173) vs. SCAD, 11/3/93 .288 (68-22/160) vs. Georgia Southern, 10/6/92 .279 (77-20/204) vs. Lander, 11/21/08 .253 (69-28/162) vs. New York Tech, 9/4/04 .250 (76-26/200) vs. Catawba, 11/22/08 .247 (57-19/154) vs. USC Aiken, 10/9/92 .246 (66-24/171) at Florida Southern, 10/15/01 .243 (66-20/189) at CS-Dominguez Hills, 8/29/06 .243 (72-22/206) vs. Flagler, 10/10/07

Service Aces - 5 Set Match 18 vs. Paine, 9/23/91 17 vs. SCAD, 10/9/91 16 vs. Presbyterian, 9/12/03 15 vs. North Alabama, 9/22/95 15 vs. USC Upstate, 9/30/95 15 vs. Angelo State, 9/1/01 14 vs. Palm Beach Atlantic, 10/16/92 14 vs. Palm Beach Atlantic, 9/16/93 14 at Christian Brothers, 8/24/07 13 at Augusta State, 10/27/07 13 vs. Catawba, 9/5/09

Assists - 5 Set Match 81 vs. UNC Pembroke, 9/30/95 77 vs. Augusta State, 10/10/07 76 vs. Lander, 11/21/08 73 vs. Lincoln Memorial, 11/22/08 71 vs. Western State, 8/25/00 71 at Francis Marion, 9/28/07 69 vs. Florida Southern, 9/12/03 68 vs. Francis Marion, 9/29/95 68 vs. USC Upstate, 10/25/03 68 vs. Francis Marion, 9/23/05 68 vs. Flagler, 10/10/07

Digs - 5 Set Match 163 vs. Tusculum, 10/29/93 136 vs. USC Aiken, 10/30/93 119 at Anderson, 9/23/07 116 at Francis Marion, 9/25/91 114 vs. Winona State, 9/1/05 108 vs. UNC Pembroke, 9/30/95 106 at Francis Marion, 11/14/92 106 vs. USC Aiken, 11/6/93 106 vs. Western State, 8/25/00 106 vs. Angelo State, 9/1/01

AASU hit .352 in a 4-set win over USC Aiken on 10/31


Honor Roll AVCA All-South Region Peach Belt Conference Awards

PBC Player of the Year

1991 1992 1993 1994 1996 1997 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 1997 1999 2000 2008

All-Peach Belt Conference Koreena Kaminski Koreena Kaminski Sherrene Benedict Sherrene Benedict Nicole Smith Andrea Jany Meike Behrensen Sandra Gluchy Kris Bringewatt Lindsay Ehlers Colleen Fitzsimons Micah Roman Lindsay Ehlers Sarah Haynes Micah Roman Sofie Hakansson Sarah Haynes Erin Melius Sofie Hakansson Sarah Haynes Erin Melius Traci Knuth Darcey Krug Candice Modlinski Ashley Lavender Traci Knuth Darcey Krug Lauren Good Traci Knuth Traci Knuth Rindy Vidovich Gwendolyn Clarke Hannah Segebart Rindy Vidovich Casey Howett Michele Remlinger Kathrin Standhardinger Kristin Standhardinger

2009

Sarah Haynes 2000

Carol Meegan Alan Segal Alan Segal (Co-Winner) Will Condon (Co-Winner) Andrea Jany (Co-Winner) Lindsay Ehlers Kathrin Standhardinger

PBC Setter of the Year Kristin Standhardinger

Kris Bringewatt 1999

Rindy Vidovich 2008

All-PBC Tournament Team

PBC Coach of the Year

PBC Freshman of the Year

1996 1999 2009

Traci Knuth 2005, 2006

1992 1996 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003

Sherrene Benedict Andrea Jany Lindsay Ehlers Erin Melius Sarah Haynes Micah Roman Sofie Hakansson Erin Melius Alexia Piche-Hatch (MVP) Sofie Hakansson Shannon Tracey

Traci Knuth is AASU’s only four-time All-PBC honoree

2004 2005 2006 2008 2009

Christina Flores Candice Modlinski Traci Knuth Adriana Miller Rindy Vidovich Torrie Bevolo (MVP) Gwen Clarke Rindy Vidovich Kathrin Standhardinger Kristin Standhardinger

29


Honor Roll AVCA Awards

ESPN/CoSIDA Academic All-America Honors

Traci Knuth

2003 AVCA South Region Freshman of the Year

Kathrin Standhardinger

2009 AVCA Southeast Region Freshman of the Year

Hannah Segebart

DII Player of the Week (Nov. 25) 2008 HM All-American

AVCA All-Region Awards Traci Knuth 2006 - 3rd Team

All-District III Honors

Sarah Haynes

Sofie Hakansson

Erin Melius

Candace Modlinski

Torrie Bevolo

Casey Howett

2000, 2001, 2002, 2003

2001, 2002

2001, 2002

Lindsay Ehlers 2000

2004

2008

Shelley Weekes 2001, 2002

2008

AVCA All-Region Honorable Mention 2003 Darcey Krug Candice Modlinski 2005 Traci Knuth

Traci Knuth 2005, 2006

30

Kathrin Standhardinger 2009

Michele Remlinger 2009

Traci Knuth was AASU’s first female CoSIDA Academic All-American


All-Time Results 1986 (2-22)

9/19 UNC Asheville L 3-0 9/20 Radford L 3-0 10/4 at Campbell L 2-0 North Carolina A&T L 2-0 10/7 Paine L 2-0 10/10 * at UNC Asheville L 2-0 * vs. Baptist L 2-0 10/11 * vs. UNC Charlotte L 2-0 * vs. UNC Wilmington L 2-0 10/13 Savannah State W 3-0 10/15 at Paine L 2-0 Augusta L 3-0 10/17 Campbell L 3-1 10/18 Jacksonville L 2-0 10/20 Savannah State W 3-0 10/22 at Savannah State L 10/24 Savannah State L 2-1 10/28 Georgia Southern L 3-0 10/31 % at Jacksonville L 3-0 % vs. Mississippi State L 3-0 11/1 % vs. Long Island L 3-0 % vs. Fla. International L 3-0 11/4 at Georgia Southern L 3-0 11/7 $ Baptist L 3-0 * - UNC Asheville Tournament % - Jacksonville Tournament $ - Big South Conference Tournament

10/1 10/2 10/3 10/4 10/8 10/9 10/10

SCAD Jacksonville Georgia Southern at USC Aiken at Coker North Greenville SCAD Savannah State at Savannah State Paine USC Aiken Florida CC

W 3-0 L 3-0 L 3-1 L 3-0 L 2-0 L 2-0 L 3-1 L 2-0 W 2-0 L 2-1 L 3-0 L 3-0

1991 (15-13, 1-3 PBC)

9/26 9/29 9/30 10/6 10/8 10/13 10/15 10/20 10/24

Winthrop at Augusta Augusta at Georgia Southern at Paine Jacksonville Georgia Southern at Savannah State Savannah State at Paine Savannah State at Savannah State Benedict Savannah State

9/19 Charleston Southern L 3-0 9/20 SCAD W 3-1 Wesleyan W 3-0 9/23 Paine W 3-2 at Savannah State W 3-0 9/25 at Francis Marion L 3-2 9/28 at Wesleyan W 3-0 9/30 Jacksonville L 3-0 Georgia Southern L 3-2 10/1 Savannah State W 3-0 Voorhees W 3-0 10/4 USC Spartanburg L 3-1 at USC Aiken L 3-0 10/5 at Augusta W 3-0 10/7 at Emory L 3-0 10/9 Florida CC L 3-1 L 3-0 SCAD W 3-2 L 3-1 10/14 at Voorhees W 3-0 L 3-0 10/15 at Georgia Southern L 3-2 L 3-0 10/17 Augusta W 3-1 L 3-1 Wesleyan W 3-0 L 3-0 10/25 at SCAD W 3-0 L 3-0 LaGrange W 3-1 W 3-0 10/28 at Coker L 3-1 W 2-0 10/30 Coker L 3-0 L 2-0 11/8 $ at Augusta W 3-0 W 2-1 11/9 $ vs. USC Aiken L 3-0 L 2-1 $ vs. USC Spartanburg L 3-0 L 2-1 $ - PBC Tournament (Augusta, Ga.) W 2-0

9/27 9/29 10/4 10/7 10/10 10/12 10/14

at Augusta USC Aiken Jacksonville Savannah State at Georgia Southern Paine Coker at Benedict Savannah State Augusta at Savannah State Paine Savannah State

L 3-0 L 2-0 L 3-0 W 3-0 L 3-1 L 3-0 L L W 3-0 L 3-0 W L W 3-1

9/26 9/30 10/2 10/4 10/5 10/10 10/11 10/13 10/20

Georgia Southern Mercer at Augusta Anderson Paine at Savannah State Augusta Jacksonville Emory at Georgia Southern at Baptist Coker Savannah State Alabama-Huntsville Georgia Southern

L 2-0 L 2-0 L 2-0 L 2-0 L 2-0 W 2-1 L 2-0 L 2-0 L 2-0 L 3-0 L 3-0 L 2-0 W 2-0 L 2-0 L 3-0

9/21 9/22 9/25 9/26 9/29

1987 (4-10)

1988 (4-9)

1989 (2-13)

1990 (4-14)

at Georgia Southern USC Spartanburg Coker Savannah State at Augusta Augusta

1992 (27-12, 2-3 PBC)

L 3-0 L 3-0 W 3-0 W 3-0 L 3-0 L 3-0

9/14 at Voorhees W 3-0 Barber Scotia W 3-0 9/16 at Georgia Southern L 3-1 9/17 Columbia W 3-0 at SCAD W 3-0 9/23 Converse L 3-1 SCAD W 3-1 9/25 * vs. Saint Leo W 3-0 * vs. Ala.-Huntsville L 3-0 9/26 * vs. Troy State W 3-1 * vs. Bethune-Cookman W 3-0 * vs. Bentley W 3-1 10/2 at Wesleyan W 3-0 10/3 Lee W 3-0 at LaGrange W 3-0 Millsaps W 3-0 10/6 Georgia Southern L 3-2 10/7 Augusta W 3-0 10/9 USC Aiken L 3-2 North Florida L 3-1 10/12 at Savannah State W 3-0 10/14 Francis Marion L 3-2 10/16 Palm Beach Atlantic W 3-0 Palm Beach Atlantic W 3-2 10/20 at Florida CC W 3-0 10/23 Savannah State W 3-0 Flagler W 3-0 10/24 Voorhees W 3-0 10/27 at Emory W 3-1 10/30 Augusta W 3-1 LaGrange W 2-0 10/31 USC Spartanburg W 3-1 11/3 Florida CC W 3-1 11/7 at Charleston Southern L 3-0 East Carolina L 3-1 11/10 UNC Pembroke L 3-2 11/14 $ at Francis Marion L 3-0 $ vs. Augusta W 3-1 $ at Francis Marion L 3-2 * - Eckerd Invitational $ - PBC Tournament (Florence, S.C.)

1993 (17-19, 1-4 PBC)

% at Florida Tech L 3-0 9/19 SCAD L 3-1 9/22 ! vs. North Alabama L 3-2 ! vs. Erskine W 3-1 9/23 ! at USC Aiken L 3-0 ! vs. Erskine W 3-1 9/25 at Fort Valley State L 3-1 9/29 * Augusta W 3-0 * Francis Marion W 3-2 9/30 * USC Aiken L 1-3 * USC Spartanburg L 2-3 * UNC Pembroke L 2-3 10/3 Flagler W 3-1 10/7 USC Aiken L 3-0 10/10 Francis Marion L 3-1 10/12 Florida Tech L 3-0 10/13 @ Savannah State W 3-0 @ NC Central W 3-0 10/14 @ Eckerd L 3-0 @ Valdosta State L 3-1 10/16 at Augusta L 3-0 10/19 at UNC Pembroke W 3-1 10/21 at USC Spartanburg L 3-0 10/28 at SCAD L 3-0 vs. Oglethorpe W 3-0 11/3 at Flagler L 3-0 11/4 ^ vs. Tampa L 3-0 ^ vs. Rollins L 3-0 11/5 ^ at North Florida L 3-0 11/11 $ vs. UNC Pembroke L 3-1 # - Lady Patriot Invitational (Florence) % - Florida Tech Invitational ! - USCA Invitational * - PBC Round Robin (Savannah) @ - Armstrong Invitational ^ - South Region Classic (Jacksonville) $ - PBC Tournament (Spartanburg)

1994 (18-14, 4-6 PBC)

9/7 % vs. Oglethorpe W 3-0 9/8 % vs. Ga. Southwestern W 3-0 % at Valdosta State W 3-1 9/11 at North Florida L 3-0 9/13 UNC Pembroke W 3-0 9/14 USC Spartanburg W 3-1 9/17 at SCAD L 3-0 9/18 at USC Aiken L 3-0 9/26 at Augusta State L 3-2 9/28 ! Rollins W 3-0 ! Elon L 3-1 9/29 ! Presbyterian L 3-0 10/1 Flagler W 3-0 10/4 at UNC Pembroke W 3-0 10/5 at Francis Marion L 3-2 10/8 at Fort Valley State W 3-0 10/12 Albany State W 3-0 10/15 USC Aiken L 3-0 10/19 & Coker W 3-0 10/20 & USC Spartanburg L 3-0 & Valdosta State W 3-0 10/22 SCAD L 3-1 10/23 Francis Marion L 3-2 10/26 USC Spartanburg L 3-0 10/29 Augusta State W 3-1 11/1 at Flagler W 3-2 11/9 * vs. Barry L 3-0 * vs. Florida Southern L 3-0 11/10 * at North Florida L 3-0 11/16 $ Augusta State W 3-0 $ Francis Marion L 3-1 % - All-Georgia Invitational (Valdosta) ! - Tri-Conf. Invitational (Savannah) & - Lady Pirate Invitational (Savannah) * - South Region Classic (Jacksonville) $ - PBC Tournament (Savannah, Ga.)

1995 (12-27, 3-7 PBC)

9/3 9/6 9/10 9/13 9/16 9/19 9/20

9/14 Flagler W 3-0 at North Florida L 3-0 9/16 Palm Beach Atlantic L 3-2 9/18 at Emory W 3-2 9/23 West Georgia W 3-0 Georgia Southern L 3-0 9/25 Augusta W 3-0 9/28 at Albany State W 3-0 9/30 at USC Aiken L 3-0 10/1 * vs. Albany State W 3-1 * at Paine W 3-1 * vs. Alabama State W 3-2 10/2 * vs. Benedict W 3-0 * vs. Alabama State W 3-1 10/5 at Charleston Southern L 3-0 10/7 Savannah State W 3-0 10/12 at Mercer L 3-0 Florida A&M L 3-1 10/15 at Converse L 3-1 10/16 at USC Spartanburg L 3-0 10/19 Charleston Southern L 3-0 10/22 at Francis Marion L 3-1 10/23 at UNC Pembroke L 3-0 10/27 at Augusta W 3-0 10/29 % vs. Miss. Univ. Wmn L 3-1 % at West Georgia W 3-1 % vs. Tusculum L 3-2 10/30 % vs. USC Aiken W 3-2 % vs. Jacksonville State L 3-1 % vs. North Alabama L 3-1 11/2 at Georgia Southern L 3-0 11/3 SCAD W 3-2 11/5 $ vs. Francis Marion L 3-1 11/6 $ vs. USC Aiken L 3-2 * - Paine Invitational % - West Georgia Invitational $ - PBC Tournament (Pembroke, N.C.) 9/10 * vs. Presbyterian L 3-0 * vs. St. Andrews L 3-1 * vs. USC Spartanburg L 3-0 9/14 at Flagler W 3-0 9/20 Georgia Southern L 3-0 9/21 SCAD W 3-2 9/24 % vs. Wofford W 3-1 % at Francis Marion W 3-0 % vs. High Point W 3-1 % vs. UNC Pembroke L 3-2 9/25 West Georgia W 3-0 9/27 at Georgia Southern L 3-1 9/30 & vs. USC Aiken W 3-1 & vs. Francis Marion L 3-1 10/1 & vs. UNC Pembroke L 3-1 & vs. Augusta W 3-0 & at USC Spartanburg L 3-0 10/8 Mars Hill W 3-0 at West Georgia W 3-0 10/11 at USC Aiken W 3-1 10/15 USC Spartanburg L 3-0 10/18 at Francis Marion L 3-1 10/21 Fort Valley State W 3-0 10/26 Augusta W 3-1 10/28 UNC Pembroke L 3-0 10/30 Columbia W 3-0 at SCAD W 3-0 11/2 at Newberry W 3-0 11/12 $ vs. Francis Marion W 3-1 $ vs. USC Spartanburg L 3-1 $ vs. Augusta W 3-1 $ vs. UNC Pembroke L 3-0 * - Catawba Classic % - Francis Marion Invitational & - PBC Round Robin (Spartanburg) $ - PBC Tournament (Aiken, S.C.) 9/8 9/9 9/11 9/15 9/16

# vs. North Alabama # vs. Carson-Newman # vs. Anderson # vs. Lenoir-Rhyne at North Florida % vs. Valdosta State % vs. Saint Leo % vs. West Georgia

L 3-1 W 3-0 W 3-0 W 3-2 L 3-0 L 3-0 L 3-0 L 3-0

AASU’s first winning season came in 1991, its first in the PBC

1996 (15-16, 4-6 PBC)

1997 (22-10, 5-7 PBC) at Savannah State * vs. Ga. Southwestern * vs. Brenau * at Valdosta State at Flagler at USC Spartanburg at USC Aiken Florida Tech ^ Rollins ^ Lenoir-Rhyne

W 3-0 W 3-0 W 3-0 W 3-1 W 3-2 W 3-1 L 3-0 L 3-1 W 3-1 W 3-1

31


All-Time Results 9/26 at Francis Marion L 3-0 9/27 at UNC Pembroke W 3-1 9/30 at SCAD W 3-2 10/1 Flagler W 3-0 10/5 Valdosta State W 3-1 Savannah State W 3-0 10/6 at Augusta State W 3-0 10/10 Francis Marion L 3-0 10/11 UNC Pembroke W 3-0 10/15 North Florida L 3-0 10/17 % vs. Paine W 3-0 % vs. Gardner-Webb L 3-1 10/18 % vs. NC Central W 3-0 10/24 USC Aiken L 3-2 10/25 USC Spartanburg L 3-0 10/28 Augusta State W 3-1 10/31 ! vs. Gardner-Webb W 3-2 ! at Presbyterian W 3-1 11/1 ! vs. Augusta State W 3-0 11/4 SCAD W 3-0 11/5 at North Florida L 3-0 11/14 $ vs. USC Spartanburg L 3-1 * - Georgia Challenge (Valdosta, Ga.) ^ - Kaleigh Challenge (Savannah, Ga.) % - USC Aiken Invitational ! - Presbyterian Invitational $ - PBC Tournament (Augusta, Ga.)

1998 (9-24, 4-10 PBC)

9/4 % vs. Albany State W 3-1 9/5 % vs. Piedmont W 3-0 % at Valdosta State L 3-0 9/8 at Augusta State L 3-0 9/12 * vs. Central Oklahoma L 3-0 * at Rollins L 3-1 9/13 * vs. Valdosta State L 3-0 9/16 North Florida L 3-0 9/18 ! Florida Tech L 3-2 9/19 ! Catawba L 3-0 ! Newberry W 3-0 9/25 at Francis Marion L 3-1 9/26 at UNC Pembroke W 3-0 10/2 at Lander W 3-1 10/3 at USC Spartanburg L 3-0 10/7 at North Florida L 3-0 10/9 = vs. King College L 3-0 10/10 = vs. Newberry W 3-1 = at Wingate L 3-0 = vs. Bluefield L 3-0 10/13 Augusta State L 3-2 10/17 at USC Aiken L 3-0 10/18 Francis Marion L 3-0 10/23 # vs. Fayetteville State L 3-0 10/24 # vs. Catawba L 3-2 # vs. Gardner-Webb L 3-0 10/25 Lander W 3-0 10/28 SCAD L 3-0 11/3 USC Aiken L 3-1 11/6 USC Spartanburg L 3-1 11/8 UNC Pembroke W 3-0 11/10 at Newberry W 3-1 11/12 !! vs. USC Spartanburg L 3-0 % - Georgia Challenge (Valdosta, Ga.) * - Rollins Invitational (Winter Park, FL) !- Kaleigh Klassic (Savannah, Ga.) = - Wingate Invitational (Wingate, N.C.) # - USC Aiken Halloween Invitational !! - PBC Tournament (Florence, S.C.)

1999 (36-5, 11-3 PBC)

8/27 8/28 9/3 9/4 9/10 9/11 9/17 9/18 9/24

* vs. Seton Hill * vs. Mercyhurst * vs. Shippensburg * at California (Pa.) $ Fayetteville State $ Wingate $ Savannah State $ Presbyterian % vs. Mars Hill % vs. Saint Leo % vs. Lenoir-Rhyne % vs. Carson-Newman ^ vs. West Alabama ^ vs. Montevallo ^ vs. Florida Tech ^ vs. West Georgia at USC Aiken

32

W 3-0 W 3-0 W 3-0 W 3-1 W 3-0 W 3-0 W 3-0 W 3-0 W 3-0 W 3-0 W 3-0 W 3-0 W 3-1 W 3-0 W 3-2 W 3-1 W 3-0

9/25 Fort Valley State W 3-0 9/28 SCAD W 3-0 10/1 at Lander W 3-0 10/2 at USC Spartanburg W 3-1 10/8 & vs. NC Central W 3-0 & vs. Mount Olive W 3-0 10/9 & vs. St. Augustine’s W 3-0 & vs. Benedict W 3-0 & vs. Barton W 3-0 10/13 at Augusta State W 3-0 10/16 USC Aiken W 3-0 10/17 USC Spartanburg W 3-0 10/22 at Francis Marion L 3-1 10/23 at UNC Pembroke W 3-0 10/26 at SCAD L 3-0 10/27 North Florida L 3-0 10/30 Augusta State W 3-1 10/31 Lander W 3-0 11/5 UNC Pembroke W 3-0 11/6 Francis Marion W 3-0 11/10 at North Florida L 3-0 11/12 ! vs. USC Aiken W 3-0 ! vs. Francis Marion W 3-1 11/13 ! vs. North Florida L 3-1 * California (Pa.) Tournament $ AASU Pirate Invitational (Savannah) % Lady Pacer Invitational (Aiken, S.C.) ^ VSU Days Innvitational (Valdosta) & Fayetteville State Invitational ! PBC Tournament (Greenwood, S.C.)

2000 (29-10, 12-2 PBC)

8/25 * vs. Western State W 3-2 * vs. UC Davis W 3-0 8/26 * at Mesa State W 3-1 * vs. CS Chico W 3-1 9/1 % vs. Saginaw Valley St. W 3-0 % at Grand Valley St. L 3-0 9/2 % vs. MS Mankato W 3-0 % vs. Lake Superior St. W 3-0 9/8 $ Barry W 3-1 9/9 $ West Georgia W 3-0 $ Tampa L 3-0 9/10 $ Florida Southern W 3-1 9/15 at North Alabama L 3-0 9/16 vs. Lincoln Memorial W 3-1 9/22 at Augusta State W 3-1 9/23 at USC Aiken W 3-0 9/27 at North Florida L 3-1 9/29 USC Spartanburg W 3-0 9/30 Lander W 3-0 10/2 Florida Tech W 3-0 10/6 at Francis Marion W 3-0 10/7 at UNC Pembroke W 3-0 10/12 at Tampa W 3-2 10/13 ^ at Florida Southern L 3-0 10/14 ^ vs. Rollins W 3-0 ^ vs. AU Rio Piedras L 3-1 10/20 USC Aiken W 3-0 10/21 Augusta State W 3-0 10/25 North Florida W 3-2 10/27 at Lander W 3-0 10/28 at USC Spartanburg L 3-2 11/3 UNC Pembroke W 3-0 11/4 Francis Marion W 3-1 11/6 at Barry L 3-0 11/10 ! at UNC Pembroke W 3-0 ! vs. USC Aiken W 3-0 11/11 ! vs. North Florida L 3-1 11/16 & vs. USC Spartanburg W 3-1 11/17 & vs. North Florida L 3-0 * Mesa State (Colo.) Invitational % Grand Valley St. (Mich.) Invitational $ AASU Pirate Classic ^ Fla. Southern Invitational (Lakeland) ! PBC Tournament (Pembroke, N.C.) & NCAA South Regional (Tampa, Fla.)

2001 (29-10, 11-3 PBC)

8/24 8/25 8/29 8/31 9/1

* vs. Fort Valley State W 3-0 * vs. Valdosta State W 3-1 * at West Georgia L 3-1 * vs. Converse W 3-0 Georgia Southwestern W 3-0 % at Texas Woman’s W 3-2 % vs. Central Oklahoma L 3-0 % vs. SE Okla. State W 3-0

% vs. Angelo State W 3-2 9/7 $ Florida Southern L 3-0 9/8 $ Saint Leo W 3-1 $ North Alabama L 3-0 9/21 Augusta State W 3-0 9/22 USC Aiken W 3-0 9/26 North Florida L 3-0 9/28 at USC Spartanburg L 3-0 9/29 at Lander W 3-0 10/3 Valdosta State W 3-0 10/5 Francis Marion W 3-1 10/6 UNC Pembroke W 3-0 10/11 at Tampa L 3-0 10/15 ^ vs. Florida Tech W 3-1 ^ at Florida Southern W 3-2 10/17 at USC Aiken W 3-0 10/19 @ at Catawba W 3-1 @ vs. Slippery Rock W 3-0 10/20 @ vs. Converse W 3-0 @ vs. Tusculum W 3-0 10/24 at North Florida L 3-0 10/26 Lander W 3-0 10/27 USC Spartanburg W 3-1 10/30 at Augusta State W 3-0 11/2 at UNC Pembroke W 3-1 11/3 at Francis Marion W 3-0 11/9 ! vs. Lander W 3-0 ! vs. USC Spartanburg W 3-0 11/10 ! at North Florida L 3-0 11/15 & vs. USC Spartanburg W 3-0 11/16 & at Tampa L 3-0 * West Georgia Invitational (Carrollton) % Texas Woman’s Invitational (Denton) $ AASU Invitational ^ Fla. Southern Invitational (Lakeland) @ Catawba adidas Inv. (Salisbury, N.C.) ! PBC Tournament (Jacksonville, Fla.) & NCAA South Regional (Tampa, Fla.)

2002 (30-10, 12-2 PBC)

8/30 * vs. Milligan W 3-0 * vs. Pfeiffer W 3-0 8/25 * vs. NC Central W 3-0 * vs. Converse W 3-0 9/4 Georgia Southwestern W 3-0 9/6 % vs. East Stroudsburg W 3-0 % vs. New York Tech W 3-0 9/7 % vs. Bentley W 3-0 % at Bryant W 3-2 9/13 $ Tusculum W 3-0 $ Florida Southern W 3-1 9/14 $ Catawba W 3-1 $ Lewis L 3-0 9/20 @ vs. West Georgia W 3-0 @ vs. Harding W 3-0 9/21 @ vs. Incarnate Word L 3-1 @ at St. Edward’s L 3-0 9/25 at USC Aiken W 3-0 9/27 USC Spartanburg W 3-0 9/28 Lander W 3-1 10/2 North Florida L 3-0 10/4 at Francis Marion W 3-0 10/5 at UNC Pembroke W 3-0 10/10 at Tampa L 3-0 10/12 ^ vs. Nova Southeastern W 3-0 ^ at Florida Southern L 3-0 10/16 at Augusta State W 3-1 10/19 Tampa L 3-1 10/20 Barry L 3-0 10/25 at Lander W 3-0 10/26 at USC Spartanburg W 3-1 11/1 UNC Pembroke W 3-0 11/2 Francis Marion W 3-0 11/6 at North Florida L 3-1 11/8 USC Aiken W 3-0 11/9 Augusta State W 3-0 11/15 ! vs. Augusta State W 3-1 ! vs. USC Spartanburg W 3-1 11/16 ! vs. North Florida W 3-0 11/22 & vs. Florida Southern L 3-0 * Catawba Invitational (Salisbury, N.C.) % Bryant Invitational (Bryant, R.I.) $ AASU Invitational @ St. Edward’s Classic (Austin, Texas) ^ Fla. Southern Invitational (Lakeland) ! PBC Tournament (Jacksonville, Fla.) & NCAA South Regional (Tampa, Fla.)

2003 (22-14, 11-3 PBC)

8/29 * at Lewis L 3-0 * vs. Wheeling Jesuit L 3-0 8/30 * vs. Wisc.-Parkside L 3-1 * vs. Hillsdale L 3-1 9/5 % vs. Arkansas Tech W 3-1 % vs. Emporia State L 3-0 9/6 % vs. Christian Bros. W 3-0 % vs. Colo. Christian W 3-1 9/12 $ Presbyterian W 3-2 $ Florida Southern W 3-2 9/13 $ Catawba W 3-0 $ Tampa L 3-0 9/19 at Barry L 3-0 9/20 at Nova Southeastern W 3-1 9/26 at Lander W 3-0 9/27 at USC Spartanburg L 3-1 10/3 UNC Pembroke W 3-0 10/4 Francis Marion W 3-1 10/7 at North Florida L 3-0 10/10 Augusta State W 3-0 10/11 USC Aiken W 3-0 10/16 at Saint Leo W 3-0 10/17 at Florida Southern L 3-0 10/19 at Tampa L 3-0 10/24 Lander W 3-0 10/25 USC Spartanburg W 3-2 10/29 North Florida L 3-0 10/31 at UNC Pembroke W 3-1 11/1 at Francis Marion W 3-1 11/6 at North Florida L 3-1 11/7 USC Aiken W 3-0 11/8 Augusta State W 3-0 11/14 ! vs. USC Aiken W 3-1 ! at USC Spartanburg W 3-1 11/15 ! vs. North Florida L 3-0 11/20 & vs. Florida Southern L 3-1 * Lewis Flyer Festival (Romeoville, Ill.) % UNO Classic (Omaha, Nebraska) $ AASU Invitational ! PBC Tournament (Spartanburg, S.C.) & NCAA South Regional (Miami, Fla.)

2004 (29-8, 12-2 PBC)

8/27 ! vs. Saginaw Valley St. W 3-0 ! vs. Arkansas Tech W 3-0 8/28 ! vs. Missouri-St. Louis W 3-0 ! at Quincy W 3-0 8/30 at Flagler W 3-0 9/5 # vs. Queens (NY) W 3-1 # vs. New York Tech W 3-2 9/6 # vs. Bentley W 3-0 # vs. LIU-C.W. Post W 3-0 9/10 $ Saint Leo W 3-0 $ Florida Southern L 3-1 9/11 $ Florida Gulf Coast W 3-1 $ Barry L 3-1 9/18 vs. Converse W 3-0 at Coker W 3-0 9/29 North Florida L 3-1 10/1 at Augusta State W 3-1 10/2 at USC Aiken W 3-1 10/5 at UNC Pembroke W 3-1 10/8 USC Upstate W 3-0 10/9 Lander W 3-0 10/15 at Saint Leo W 3-1 10/16 at Tampa L 3-1 10/18 at Eckerd W 3-0 10/22 UNC Pembroke W 3-0 10/23 Francis Marion W 3-1 10/24 at Florida Southern L 3-0 10/27 at North Florida L 3-2 10/29 USC Aiken W 3-0 10/30 Augusta State W 3-0 11/2 at Francis Marion W 3-2 11/5 at Lander W 3-0 11/6 at USC Upstate W 3-2 11/12 @ UNC Pembroke W 3-0 @ Francis Marion W 3-0 11/13 @ North Florida L 3-1 11/18 $ vs. Florida Southern L 3-0 ! Quincy Invitational (Quincy, Ill.) # C.W. Post Invitational (Brookville, NY) % AASU Invitational @ PBC Tournament $ NCAA South Regional (Miami, Fla.)

AASU had eight straight 20-win seasons from 1999-2006


All-Time Records vs. Opponents 2005 (22-12, 11-1 PBC)

8/26 @ vs. Western State W 3-0 @ vs. Harding W 3-0 8/27 @ vs. Ashland L 3-1 @ at St. Mary’s (Tex.) L 3-2 8/30 Flagler W 3-0 9/1 # vs. Winona State L 3-2 9/2 # vs. Saginaw Valley St. W 3-1 # vs. Wisc.-Parkside W 3-0 9/3 # at Lewis W 3-0 9/9 % Catawba L 3-2 % Florida Southern L 0-3 9/10 % Lenoir-Rhyne W 3-0 % P.R.-Rio Piedras W 3-2 9/13 at Valdosta State L 3-0 9/17 Tampa L 3-0 9/18 West Georgia W 3-0 9/23 Francis Marion W 3-2 9/24 UNC Pembroke W 3-0 9/30 USC Aiken W 3-1 10/1 Augusta State W 3-0 10/7 at Lander W 3-1 10/8 at USC Upstate W 3-2 10/14 at Barry L 3-0 10/15 vs. Florida Tech W 3-0 10/17 at Tampa L 3-1 10/21 at Francis Marion L 3-2 10/22 at UNC Pembroke W 3-0 10/25 at Florida Southern L 3-1 10/28 at Augusta State W 3-0 10/29 at USC Aiken W 3-2 11/4 USC Upstate W 3-1 11/5 Lander W 3-0 11/11 $ vs. USC Aiken W 3-0 11/12 $ vs. Francis Marion L 3-0 @ St. Mary’s Invitational (San Antonio) # Lewis Flyer Festival (Romeoville, Ill.) % AASU Invitational $ PBC Tournament (Augusta, Ga.)

2006 (20-15, 10-2 PBC)

8/24 @ vs. Fort Lewis L 3-1 8/25 @ vs. Georgian Court W 3-0 @ at Colo.-Colo Springs W 3-1 8/26 @ vs. Mont. St. Billings W 3-1 @ vs. SE Oklahoma L 3-1 8/28 at CS Monterey Bay W 3-0 8/29 at CS Dominguez Hills L 3-2 9/1 # vs. West. Washington L 3-1 # at Grand Canyon L 3-0 9/2 # vs. Colo.-Colo Springs L 3-2 # vs. NW Nazarene L 3-2 9/8 % Presbyterian W 3-0 % Florida Southern L 3-0 9/9 % Lenoir-Rhyne W 3-1 % Tampa L 3-0 9/15 at Augusta State W 3-0 9/16 at USC Aiken L 3-0 9/22 USC Upstate W 3-0 9/23 Lander W 3-1 9/24 at Florida Southern L 3-1 9/29 at UNC Pembroke W 3-0 9/30 at Francis Marion W 3-2 10/6 at Lander W 3-1 10/7 at USC Upstate W 3-1 10/14 at Flagler W 3-0 at Florida Tech W 3-0 10/15 at Tampa L 3-0 10/20 USC Aiken W 3-1 10/21 Augusta State W 3-1 10/27 Francis Marion L 3-1 10/28 UNC Pembroke W 3-1 10/29 Barry L 3-1 11/3 $ vs. Lander W 3-0 11/3 $ at Francis Marion W 3-0 11/4 $ vs. USC Aiken L 3-0 @ Mountain Lion Inv. (Colorado Springs, Colo.) # Grand Canyon Classic (Phoenix, Ariz.) % AASU Invitational $ PBC Tournament (Florence, S.C.)

2007 (16-20, 5-5 PBC)

8/24 @ at Christian Brothers L 3-2 @ vs. Harding L 3-0 8/25 @ vs. Belhaven W 3-0 @ vs. Ouachita Baptist W 3-0 8/29 at Alaska - Fairbanks L 3-2 8/31 at Alaska - Anchorage L 3-2 9/1 at Alaska - Anchorage L 3-2 9/7 % Coker W 3-1 % Catawba L 3-0 9/8 % Florida Tech L 3-0 % Northwood (Mich.) L 3-0 9/11 West Georgia L 3-1 9/14 # vs. Arkansas Tech L 3-1 # vs. West Florida L 3-0 9/15 # vs. Valdosta State W 3-2 # at Ala.-Huntsville L 3-2 9/19 Augusta State L 3-0 9/21 Lander W 3-1 9/22 ^ vs. Barton W 3-0 ^ vs. North Greenville W 3-0 9/23 ^ at Anderson L 3-2 9/28 at Francis Marion W 3-2 9/29 at UNC Pembroke W 3-0 10/6 USC Aiken L 3-0 10/10 Flagler W 3-2 10/12 & vs. Fort Valley State W 3-0 & vs. Clark Atlanta W 3-0 10/13 & vs. West Alabama L 3-0 & at Montevallo W 3-2 10/17 Francis Marion L 3-2 10/19 UNC Pembroke W 3-0 10/27 at Augusta State W 3-2 vs. St. Andrews W 3-0 11/2 at Lander L 3-0 11/3 at USC Aiken L 3-1 11/10 $ vs. Augusta State L 3-2 @ Christian Bros. Invitational (Memphis) % AASU Invitational # UAH Invitational (Huntsville, Ala.) ^ Anderson Crossover (Anderson, S.C.) & Montevallo Coca-Cola Classic (Montevallo, Ala.) $ PBC Tournament (Greenwood, S.C.)

2008 (28-7, 8-2 PBC)

8/29 @ vs. Newberry W 3-0 @ vs. North Greenville W 3-0 8/30 @ at Anderson (S.C.) W 3-1 @ vs. Benedict W 3-0 9/5 % vs. Bridgeport W 3-1 % at Bentley W 3-0 9/6 % vs. Georgian Court W 3-0 % vs. New Haven L 3-1 9/12 # Saint Leo L 3-2 # Rollins L 3-0 9/13 # Carson-Newman L 3-1 # Mount Olive W 3-1 9/16 at Clark Atlanta W 3-0 9/20 Fort Valley State W 3-1 9/23 at West Georgia W 3-2 9/27 at USC Aiken L 3-2 10/1 Augusta State W 3-0 10/3 ! vs. Fayetteville State W 3-0 10/7 at Lander W 3-1 10/10 Francis Marion W 3-0 10/11 UNC Pembroke W 3-0 10/15 at Flagler W 3-1 10/18 West Georgia W 3-1 10/24 at UNC Pembroke W 3-0 10/25 at Francis Marion L 3-0 10/31 at Valdosta State W 3-0 11/5 at Augusta State W 3-1 11/7 Lander W 3-1 11/8 USC Aiken W 3-1 11/15 ^ vs. USC Aiken W 3-0 11/16 ^ vs. Francis Marion W 3-0 11/21 $ vs. Lander W 3-2 11/22 $ vs. Lincoln Memorial W 3-2 11/23 $ vs. Catawba W 3-0 12/4 + vs. Grand Valley State L 3-0 @ Anderson (S.C.) Invitational % Bentley Invitational (Waltham, Mass.) # AASU Invitational ! UNC Pembroke Invitational ^ PBC Tournament (Pembroke, N.C.) $ NCAA Southeast Regional (Wingate, N.C.) + NCAA DII Elite Eight (St. Paul, Minn.)

2009 (27-10, 11-3 PBC)

8/28 @ vs. Erskine W 3-1 @ vs. S. Wesleyan W 3-0 8/29 @ vs. West Alabama W 3-2 @ vs. North Greenville W 3-0 9/4 % vs. Florida Tech L 3-1 9/5 % vs. St. Andrews W 3-0 % vs. Catawba W 3-2 9/11 # Wingate L 3-0 9/12 # Barry L 3-2 # Lynn W 3-1 9/18 at Lander W 3-1 9/19 at USC Aiken L 3-1 9/25 Montevallo W 3-2 9/26 Augusta State W 3-0 West Georgia W 3-0 9/30 Flagler L 3-1 10/2 at Francis Marion W 3-1 10/3 at UNC Pembroke W 3-0 10/9 at Emory L 3-2 10/10 at North Alabama L 3-2 vs. Alabama-Huntsville W 3-0 10/13 at Augusta State W 3-0 10/16 at Montevallo W 3-2 10/23 ! Pfeiffer W 3-0 10/24 ! St. Andrews W 3-0 ! King (Tenn.) W 3-0 10/27 at West Georgia W 3-0 10/30 Lander W 3-0 10/31 USC Aiken W 3-1 11/4 at Flagler L 3-1 11/6 Francis Marion W 3-0 11/7 UNC Pembroke W 3-0 11/13 ^ vs. Francis Marion W 3-0 11/14 ^ vs. Lander W 3-0 11/15 ^ vs. Flagler L 3-0 11/20 $ vs. Lincoln Memorial W 3-0 11/21 $ vs. Flagler L 3-1 @ Anderson (S.C.) Invitational % USC Aiken Invitational # AASU Invitational ! PBC/Conference Carolinas Crossover ^ PBC Tournament (Aiken, S.C.) $ NCAA Southeast Regional (Wingate, N.C.)

AASU All-Time Records vs. Opponents Alabama-Huntsville.................................... 1-3 Alabama State............................................... 2-0 Alaska Anchorage......................................... 0-2 Alaska Fairbanks........................................... 0-1 Albany State.................................................. 5-0 Anderson....................................................... 2-2 Angelo State.................................................. 1-0 Arkansas Tech............................................... 2-1 Ashland......................................................... 0-1 Augusta State............................................... 39-15 Baptist........................................................... 0-3 Barber Scotia................................................. 1-0 Barry............................................................. 1-8 Barton............................................................ 2-0 Belhaven....................................................... 1-0 Benedict........................................................ 3-2 Bentley.......................................................... 4-0 Bethune-Cookman........................................ 1-0 Bluefield........................................................ 0-1 Brenau........................................................... 1-0 Bridgeport..................................................... 1-0 California (Pa.).............................................. 1-0 Cal State Chico............................................. 1-0 Cal State Dominguez Hills............................ 0-1 Cal State Monterey Bay................................ 1-0 Campbell....................................................... 0-2 Carson-Newman........................................... 2-1 Catawba....................................................... 5-4 Central Oklahoma......................................... 0-2 Charleston Southern...................................... 0-4 Christian Brothers......................................... 1-1 Clark Atlanta................................................. 2-0 Coker............................................................. 4-5 Colorado Christian........................................ 1-0 Colorado - Colorado Springs........................ 1-1 Columbia....................................................... 2-0 Converse....................................................... 4-2 East Carolina................................................. 0-1 East Stroudsburg........................................... 1-0 Eckerd........................................................... 2-1 Elon............................................................... 0-1 Emory............................................................ 2-3 Emporia State................................................ 0-1 Erskine.......................................................... 3-0 Fayetteville State......................................... 3-1 Flagler.......................................................... 12-5 Florida CC..................................................... 2-2 Florida A&M................................................. 0-1 Florida Gulf Coast......................................... 1-0 Florida International...................................... 0-1 Florida Southern......................................... 4-14 Florida Tech................................................. 5-6

Fort Lewis..................................................... 0-1 Fort Valley State............................................ 6-1 Francis Marion............................................ 25-22 Gardner-Webb............................................... 1-2 Georgia Southern.......................................... 0-18 Georgia Southwestern................................... 4-0 Georgian Court.............................................. 2-0 Grand Canyon............................................... 0-1 Grand Valley State........................................ 0-2 Greenville CC............................................... 0-1 Harding......................................................... 2-1 Hillsdale........................................................ 0-1 High Point..................................................... 1-0 Incarnate Word.............................................. 0-1 Jacksonville................................................... 0-7 Jacksonville State.......................................... 0-1 King (Tenn.).................................................. 1-1 LaGrange....................................................... 3-0 Lake Superior State....................................... 1-0 Lander.......................................................... 27-1 Lee................................................................. 1-0 Lenoir-Rhyne............................................... 5-0 Lewis............................................................. 1-2 Lincoln Memorial......................................... 3-0 LIU - Brooklyn............................................. 0-1 LIU - C.W. Post............................................. 1-0 Lynn.............................................................. 1-0 Mars Hill....................................................... 2-0 Mercer........................................................... 0-2 Mercyhurst.................................................... 1-0 Merrimack................................................... 0-0 Mesa State..................................................... 1-0 Milligan......................................................... 1-0 Millsaps......................................................... 1-0 Minnesota State Mankato............................. 1-0 Mississippi College....................................... 0-1 Mississippi Univ. for Women........................ 0-1 Missouri - St. Louis...................................... 1-0 Montana State - Billings............................... 1-0 Montevallo................................................... 4-0 Mount Olive................................................. 2-0 Newberry....................................................... 5-0 New Haven.................................................... 0-1 New York Tech.............................................. 2-0 North Alabama.............................................. 0-6 North Carolina A&T..................................... 0-1 North Carolina Central.................................. 4-0 North Greenville........................................... 3-0 North Florida................................................. 2-27 Northwest Nazarene...................................... 0-1 Northwood (Mich.)....................................... 0-1 Nova Southeastern........................................ 2-0

AASU plays cross-town Division I rival Savannah State twice in 2010

Ouachita Baptist............................................ 1-0 Oglethorpe..................................................... 2-0 Paine.............................................................. 3-8 Palm Beach Atlantic...................................... 2-1 Pfeiffer.......................................................... 2-0 Piedmont....................................................... 1-0 Presbyterian................................................... 4-2 Puerto Rico-Rio Piedras................................ 1-1 Queens (NC)................................................. 0-0 Queens (NY)................................................. 1-0 Quincy........................................................... 1-0 Radford......................................................... 0-1 Rollins.......................................................... 3-3 Saginaw Valley State..................................... 3-0 St. Andrews................................................... 3-1 St. Augustine’s............................................. 1-0 St. Edward’s.................................................. 0-1 St. Mary’s (Texas)......................................... 0-1 Saint Leo....................................................... 6-2 Savannah Coll. A&D.................................... 12-7 Savannah State............................................ 24-4 Seton Hill...................................................... 1-0 Shippensburg............................................... 1-0 Slippery Rock................................................ 1-0 Southeastern Oklahoma State....................... 1-1 Southern Wesleyan........................................ 1-0 Tampa............................................................ 1-12 Texas Woman’s............................................. 1-0 Troy State...................................................... 1-0 Tusculum....................................................... 1-1 UC Davis....................................................... 1-0 UNC Asheville.............................................. 0-2 UNC Charlotte.............................................. 0-1 UNC Pembroke........................................... 31-8 UNC Wilmington.......................................... 0-1 USC Aiken................................................... 25-22 USC Upstate ................................................ 21-20 Valdosta State.............................................. 8-5 Voorhees........................................................ 4-0 Wesleyan....................................................... 4-0 West Alabama............................................... 2-1 West Florida.................................................. 0-1 West Georgia............................................... 12-3 Western State................................................ 2-0 Western Washington...................................... 0-1 Wheeling Jesuit............................................. 0-1 Wingate......................................................... 1-2 Winona State................................................. 0-1 Winthrop....................................................... 0-1 Wisconsin-Parkside....................................... 1-1 Wofford......................................................... 1-0

33


This Is Savannah Historic Savannah, Georgia, is located on the Atlantic Coast, at the confluence of the Savannah River and the Atlantic Ocean. Throughout its history, there has been one adjective consistently used to describe Savannah: beautiful. The reason? There’s something about the unique beauty of Savannah that cannot be forgotten. Streets with canopies of mossladen trees are honored venues for scores of historic homes. The town squares that Savannah’s founding father, James Oglethorpe, laid out as public meeting places are now treasured “pocket parks” located throughout the downtown area. A renovated waterfront area serves as the hub for shopping and entertainment. Nearby sandy beaches draw streams of visitors with persistent cool breezes and the endless lure of the rolling sea. Finally, there’s an indescribable - but readily discernible - feeling in the air that pervades Savannah, a kind of “laid back” approach to the world, a “rootedness” that makes living or working in Savannah an experience second to none. By way of affirmation, Le Monde, the leading French newspaper, called Savannah “the most beautiful city in North America.” Savannah has recently captured the imagination of a nation through its history and its appearance in several feature films, including “Glory,” “Forrest Gump,” “Something to Talk About,” “Midnight In The Garden of Good and Evil,” “The Legend of Bagger Vance,” and the 2009 hit “The Last Song,” starring Miley

Cyrus. Savannah also hosted the yachting events of the 1996 Summer Olympics and most recently served as the media home for the G-8 Summit. As a result, tourism has become one of the leading industries in the area. Savannah hosts over six million tourists each year. Tourism impacts the Savannah area by more than $634 million. The city boasts over 7,000 rooms and more than 100 restaurants as folks have learned that Savannah is more than just a convenient rest stop on the interstate to Florida. The climate of Savannah features warm, and sometimes hot, weather for most of the year. There are seven months in which the average temperature is 70 degrees or higher. The lowest average high is in January at 60.3 degrees. The population in Savannah is roughly 130,000 and Chatham County is the fifth most populous county in Georgia. Savannah also sits centrally located to some of the Southeast’s finest beaches. Tybee Island, located less than 30 minutes from Armstrong Atlantic State’s campus, offers six miles of unspoiled sands, tempting seafood and gracious accommodations. Resort areas such as Hilton Head, South Carolina, are less than one hour away and provide even more relaxing getaway options. Whether it’s the lure of historic settings, the friendliness of a Southern community or the beautiful climate of southeast Georgia, Savannah is the place for you.

The AASU Athletic Department Wishes To Thank The Following For Their Support Of Pirate Athletics !

34

The Pirates attained their first-ever national ranking in 2000


2010 AASU Schedule

2010 AASU Volleyball Schedule Date

Day

Opponent Time

Sept. 3-4 Fri.-Sat. at 2010 Catawba Invitational (Salisbury, N.C.) Sept. 3 Fri. vs. Lenoir-Rhyne 5:00 PM vs. Shippensburg 8:00 PM Sept. 4 Sat. vs. Pfeiffer 9:30 AM at Catawba 1:30 PM Sept. 7 Tues. at Savannah State 7:00 PM Sept. 10-11 Fri.-Sat. 2010 AASU Pirate Volleyball Classic Sept. 10 Fri. Rollins 12:30 PM Alabama-Huntsville 4:30 PM Sept. 11 Sat. West Georgia 12:30 PM Florida Southern 4:30 PM Sept. 14 Tues. at Valdosta State 6:00 PM Sept. 17 Fri. Lander * 7:00 PM Sept. 18 Sat. USC Aiken * 2:00 PM Sept. 24 Fri. at Montevallo * 7:00 PM Sept. 25 Sat. at Augusta State * 2:00 PM Sept. 29 Wed. at Flagler * 7:00 PM Oct. 1 Fri. Francis Marion * 7:00 PM Oct. 2 Sat. UNC Pembroke * 3:00 PM Oct. 5 Tues. at West Georgia 6:00 PM Oct. 10 Sun. vs. Merrimack (@ Winter Park, Fla.) 4:00 PM vs. Florida Tech (@ Winter Park, Fla.) 6:00 PM Oct. 13 Tues. Valdosta State 6:00 PM Oct. 15 Fri. Montevallo * 7:00 PM Oct. 16 Sat. Augusta State * 2:00 PM Oct. 22-23 Fri.-Sat. at 2010 Mount Olive Invitational (Mount Olive, N.C.) Oct. 22 Fri. vs. Fayetteville State 5:00 PM Oct. 23 Sat. vs. St. Augustine’s 9:00 AM Sat. at Mount Olive 3:00 PM Oct. 29 Fri. at Lander * 7:00 PM Oct. 30 Sat. at USC Aiken * 2:00 PM Nov. 3 Wed. Flagler * 7:00 PM Nov. 5 Fri. at Francis Marion * 7:00 PM Nov. 6 Sat. at UNC Pembroke * 3:00 PM Nov. 9 Tues. Savannah State 7:00 PM Nov. 12-14 Fri.-Sun. 2010 Peach Belt Conference Championships Nov. 18-22 Thurs.-Sun. at NCAA Division II South Regional (Site TBA) * denotes Peach Belt Conference match Bold denotes home match


2010 AASU Volleyball Media Guide